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Cocos nucifera - coconut Pit Seed Coat Endosperm No, this is the pit of a drupe Is this a fruit? Is this a nut? No, part of the ovary wall is missing.

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1 Cocos nucifera - coconut Pit Seed Coat Endosperm No, this is the pit of a drupe Is this a fruit? Is this a nut? No, part of the ovary wall is missing

2 Xanthium: cocklebur George de Mestral crozier velvet Victor Kiam

3 The maple fruit is both a samara and a schizocarp. Ovary wall develops a wing Ovary splits for dispersal

4 O/T/Theobroma%20cacao.jpg _Archiv/Theobroma%20cacao%202.jpg fleurs.com/images/fleurs_tropicales/theobroma_cacao_fleurs.JPG

5 Ripe Fruit chemical cause The hormone______________ initiates the ripening response: ethylene Unripe Fruit physical condition green hard sour mealy odorless chlorophyll pectin acid starch large orgs chemical cause red soft neutral sweet + juicy odor physical condition anthocyanin less pectin neutral sugar small orgs hydrolase pectinase kinase amylase hydrolases Enzyme Produced H 2 C=CH 2 DNA RNA

6 This same process initiated by ethylene… …occurring in a……causes… …layer in a pedicel …fruit abscission …leaf blade…leaf senescence …leaf abscission…layer in a petiole Since a carpel (ovary) is really a leaf…these parallel developmental events make a lot of common sense.

7 The Three Fundamental Parts… …of a Seed 1.Seed Coat 2.Embryo 3.Storage Tissue 1.Leaf 2.Stem 3.Root …of an Embryo

8 Growth of the shoot Photosynthesis and Storage Lifting the shoot above the soil Producing lateral roots Penetrating the soil These functions….…occur in this part of the embryo Shoot apex Cotyledon (leaf) Hypocotyl (stem) Radicle (root) Root apex


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