Why do two flowers of the same species have different color petals?
exposure to sunlight
expression of an acquired trait
expression of inherited trait
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So, inherited genes, sections of DNA are expressed as traits. In humans this could mean eye color or hair color. There are often more than one version of a gene that are called alleles. Thus flowers of the same species can have different colors just like we have different hair color and eye color.
so the correct answer is B
So In short, the answer should be d since flowers shouldn't vary based on sunlight, traits are inherited and photosynthesis doens't really occur in flowers.