Coffee and quinine are obtained from plants of
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Coffee and quinine are obtained from plants of

A

Leguminosae

B

Rubiaceae

C

Poaceae

D

Asteraceae

Answer

Coffee is obtained from Coffea, a genus of flowering plants. Coffea species are shrubs which are native to tropical and southern Africa and tropical Asia. The seeds of the plants are used. Quinine is obtained from the bark of Cinchona stem. It is an anti-malarial drug. Both the plants belong to family Rubiaceae. 
So, the correct answer is 'Rubiaceae'.

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