example for anatropous ovule and atropous ovule

The correct terms are ​Orthotropous​ and Anatropous​ ovule.
Orthotropous ovules are the ovules that grow straight so that micropyle is at the end opposite the stalk. For example,  Piper, Polygonum, Cycas
Anatropous ovules are the ovules that are completely inverted on its stalk. For example, Helianthus and Tridax.

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Completely inverted so that the micropyle is facing downward and situated near the base of the funiculus: an anatropous ovule. eg- Helleborus foetidus thereis no ovule of atropous type.

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