Answer :

Hilum


Explanation:


The placenta is attached to the developing seed near the Hilum. The hilum is a scar on the


seed coat through which the developing seeds were attached to the fruit.


Above the hilum is a small pore called the micropyle.


The outer layer of the seed coat is called testa.


Chalaza is a tissue where nucellus and integument are joined. Nutrients from the plant travel through vascular tissue in the funiculus and outer integuments through the chalaza into the nucellus.

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