Seed coat is not thin, mebranous in:

Seed Coat Is Not Thin Mebranous In Biology Question

Seed coat is not thin, mebranous in:


(a) Coconut
(b) Groundnut
(c) Gram
(d) maize

Correct Answer:



The seed coat develops from integuments originally surrounding the ovule. It is thick and hard in coconut which protect the embryo from mechanical injry and from drying out.

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Difficulty Level: Easy (1013)
Topics: Reproduction In Plants (48)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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