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Match column-I with column-II and choose the option which shows their correct combination.
Column-IColumn-II
A. GamosepalousI. Flower of lily
B. PolysepalousII. Sterile anther
C. GamopetalousIII. Free petals
D. PolypetalousIV. Free sepals
E. EpiphyllousV. Fused petals
F. StaminodeVI. Fused sepals

A. A IV, B V, C III, D I, E VI, F II

B. A IV, B III, C V, D I, E II, F VI

C. A VI, B IV, C III, D V, E I, F II

D. A VI, B IV, C V, D III, E II, F I

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