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Fruits and Seeds

 
     
 
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Fruits and Seeds
  Forms of Fruit
  Seed Structure and Characteristics
  Functions of Seeds
  Variations in Seed Composition
  Seed Longevity
  Seed Germination
  Reproduction

Then the egg cell in the ovule is fertilized, changes take place in both the ovule and the ovary. The fertilized egg undergoes divisions to produce an embryo plantlet, and the ovule, which contains the plantlet, matures into a seed. Theo vary, which houses the seeds, matures into a fruit. A fruit is therefore defined as a ripened ovary.

 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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