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Test: The Fruit (NCERT) - Question 1

Edible part of apple and pear is

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Apple and pear are pome type of fruits. Pome is a false (or accessory) simple succulent fruit that develops from an inferior compound ovary. The fruit contains seeds inside. The outer fleshy part of the fruit is thalamus, which is the edible part.

Test: The Fruit (NCERT) - Question 2

What is a parthenocarpic fruit?

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A parthenocarpic fruit is one that grows without needing fertilization of the ovary. It develops without pollen or male parts. Examples are seedless grapes and some bananas.

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Test: The Fruit (NCERT) - Question 3

Given figure represents a drupe of mango. Select the option that correctly identifies A, B, C and D.

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In drupes or stone fruits, the fruit wall or pericarp is differentiated into three layers - epicarp, mesocarp and endocarp. The endocarp is stony. It encloses one or rarely more seeds. In drupes derived from superior ovaries, the epicarp forms the outer skin. It may (e.e., peach, plum, cherry) or may not (e.g., mango) be edible.

Test: The Fruit (NCERT) - Question 4

What is the characteristic feature of a coconut fruit?

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Correct Option is B
The characteristic feature of a coconut fruit is its fibrous mesocarp, which refers to the tough, stringy layer that surrounds the inner hard shell. The mesocarp provides protection to the coconut's inner layers and seed.

Test: The Fruit (NCERT) - Question 5

Which term is used for a fruit that develops from a monocarpellary superior ovary and is one-seeded?

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The term "drupe" is used for a fruit that develops from a monocarpellary superior ovary and contains a single seed. Examples of drupes include mangoes and coconuts.

 

 

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