Among dicotyledonous plants, endosperm is well represented in the seeds of castor bean, tomato, eggplant, lilac, poppy and linden.
In general, most dicotyledonous plants have seeds with an endosperm. However, for example, in the seeds of flax and apple, although there is endosperm, it is small – nutrients are stored mainly in the cotyledons. And in pumpkin and sunflower, there is no endosperm in the seeds at all – reserve substances are completely deposited in the cotyledons.
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