Formation of fruits and seeds in plants

A multicellular embryo of a new plant develops from the zygote formed during fertilization.

The central cell also divides, forming the endosperm, in which stores of nutrients necessary for the nutrition and development of the embryo are accumulated.
The seed coat develops from the ovule cover.
After fertilization, nutrients flow to the ovary, and it gradually turns into a ripe fruit. The pericarp, which protects seeds from adverse effects, develops from the walls of the ovary.

In some plants, other parts of the flower take part in the formation of the fruit.

After fertilization, a seed develops from the ovule, consisting of a peel, an embryo and a supply of nutrients (endosperm). The pericarp develops from the walls of the ovary.

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