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Distinguish between the following pairs of terminologies 1 compound leaf and simple leaf 2 Synantherous and aposepalous 3 A staminate flower and a pistillate flower?

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1. Compound leaf consists of multiple leaflets attached to a single leaf stalk, while a simple leaf consists of a single leaf blade attached to a leaf stalk.
2. Synantherous refers to flowers in which the anthers are fused together, while aposepalous refers to flowers that lack sepals.
3. A staminate flower is a male flower that contains only stamens and no pistil, while a pistillate flower is a female flower that contains only pistils and no stamens.
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1. Compound leaf vs. Simple leaf:

- Compound leaf:
- Composed of multiple leaflets (small leaves) arranged on a central stem called the rachis.
- Leaflets may vary in shape, size, and arrangement.
- Simple leaf:
- Has a single, undivided blade that is not further subdivided into leaflets.
- The blade may vary in shape, margin, and venation.

2. Synantherous vs. Aposepalous:

- Synantherous:
- Sepals (the outermost floral parts) are fused together to form a floral tube.
- Aposepalous:
- Sepals are free and not fused.

3. Staminate flower vs. Pistillate flower:

- Staminate flower:
- Contains only stamens (male reproductive organs) and lacks a pistil (female reproductive organ).
- Produces pollen.
- Pistillate flower:
- Contains only a pistil and lacks stamens.
- Produces seeds.
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