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Seeds have quite a bit packed inside the seed coat, including the endosperm, cotyledon, plumule and radicle; one will also find a hypocotyl or stem in a dicot seed. The terms monocot and dicot refer to the number of leav...

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Not every fruit has a pit or seed inside. Strawberries have seeds on the outside. The strawberry is an aggregate accessory fruit because it doesn't spring from the ovary of the plant, but from the receptacle that holds t...

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All berries have at least some seeds. There are many different types of blueberries, however, and the seeds may be more or less noticeable in certain kinds.

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A monocot seed has an embryo with a single cotyledon, and a dicot seed has an embryo with two cotyledons. Monocots have stem vascular systems with their bundles scattered, and dicots have their stem vascular systems with...

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The three parts of a seed are the embryo, the endosperm and the seed coat. The embryo is a miniature form of the plant that is fed by the nutrition contained in the endosperm. The embryo is protected from the external en...

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The cotyledon, which forms in the embryo of a seed before germination, stores food for the embryo. Along with the endosperm, the cotyledon nourishes the new growth of the plant. It is the part of the seed that emerges fr...

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The endosperm serves as a source of nutrition for a plant embryo in a seed, somewhat analogous to the yolk of an egg for an animal embryo. It is actually, in a sense, a separate organism, with a genetic code from the com...

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