|It serves as the nucleus of the seed.||From the ovary wall develops a
covering for the fruit.
|Seeds contain it.||It is a component of fruit.|
|Usually, it is dry.||There is no moisture or flesh in it.|
|Many times, seeds do not function
|Protection and nutrition are also
provided by this covering
|Seeds without perisperm are rare.||Every fruit contains this.|
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