In Angiosperms, after fertilisation the ovules develop into
(i)Seeds
(ii)Fruits
(iii)Zygospoers
(iv)Zygote

Asked by satishlr | 14th Dec, 2015, 06:41: PM

Expert Answer:

In angiosperms after double fertilisation, each ovule develops into a seed, which consists of a plumule, one or two cotyledons, hypocotyl and the radicle. The ovary containing the ovules develops into a fruit after fertilisation.

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 14th Dec, 2015, 07:00: PM

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