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Replum is present in the ovary of flower of 

  • lemon

  • Mustard

  • Sunflower

  • Pea

Answer

B.

Mustard

The gynoecium in family-Cruciferae (Brassicaceae) is bicarpellary, syncarpous, ovary superior, unilocular with parietal placentation. At maturity, ovary becomes bilocular due to the formation of the false septum (replum) eg, mustard.
In the family -Asteraceae (composites) the gynoecium is bicarpellary, syncarpous, ovary inferior, unilocular, one ovule in each locule, basal placentation and stigma branched eg, sunflower.
In family- Fabaceae (Leguminosae) the gynoecium is monocarpellary, unilocular with superior ovary and marginal placentation eg, pea.

The gynoecium in family-Cruciferae (Brassicaceae) is bicarpellary, syncarpous, ovary superior, unilocular with parietal placentation. At maturity, ovary becomes bilocular due to the formation of the false septum (replum) eg, mustard.
In the family -Asteraceae (composites) the gynoecium is bicarpellary, syncarpous, ovary inferior, unilocular, one ovule in each locule, basal placentation and stigma branched eg, sunflower.
In family- Fabaceae (Leguminosae) the gynoecium is monocarpellary, unilocular with superior ovary and marginal placentation eg, pea.