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Endosperm gets used up by the developing embryo during seed development


The developing embryo of the seed needs nourishment which is provided by the tissue called endosperm. In plants like grams and peas, the mature seeds don’t possess endosperm because during the development, the entire endosperm gets used up by the embryo and hence they are called non-endospermic.

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