Morphology is the name given to the science that deals with the study of the form and structure of things. No matter which plant you take, the morphology of a flowering plant includes the roots, stem, leaves, flowers, and fruits. Morphology of Flowering plants chapter provides students with details about the different parts that constitute the flowering plant. Understanding different structures of a plant is as essential. Flowering plants exhibit enormous variation in shape, size, structure, mode of nutrition, life span, habit and habitat. They have well-developed root and shoot systems. The root system is either taproot or fibrous.
Students are also presented with details about stem modifications, different terms associated with morphology of flowering plants. Ovules after the process of fertilization, develop into seeds. The chapter also discusses the types of seeds along with its structure in detail.