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The triploid tissue in a fertilised ovule is endosperm which is developed from Primary Endosperm nucleus.

This triploid condition is achieved by fusion of three haploid nuclei called triple fusion. The three haploid nuclei are one male gamete and two haploid polar nuclei.

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