can u name a plant in which sepals remain attached after fertilization?

 

 ya      tomato

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 in tomatoes d sepals remain attached only for a little time so it is not the appropriate answer .....wheras in brinjal the sepals remain attatched forever until used

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 brinjal

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in tomato the sepals remain attached until they are not removed. such sepals are called as persistent type.

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even cucumber

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 in chilli also it is attached

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in tomato plant

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BRINJAL

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 brinjal

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guava

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 brinjal, tomato, chilli..so many are there..

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brinjal
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Baigan
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Might be brinjal‼
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in tomato brinjal cotton datura sepals remain attached..these are called persistent sepals
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Brinjal &tomato
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Brinjal🍆🍆
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the members of solenaceae family have pesistant calyx
 
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tomatoes and brinjals
 
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*straberry
*tomato
*brinjal
​*chilli

 
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pea
 
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in brinjal
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black peper and beet
 
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EXAMPLE OF BRINJALIS BEST SUITED
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SOLANUM MELONGENA
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many are there... mostly from solanaceae family. tomato, brinjal, chilli, lady finger, etc.
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In brinjal and tomato
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Pea 
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solanaceae
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Brinjal
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Its hibiscus
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Chilli,pea etc.
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Rose life span
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BRINJAL
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In bring, tomato, strawberry and chilli.
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Straberry
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Brinjal
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What you have asked is about persistent calyx. Normally after fertilization members of accesory whorls calyx and corolla wither off. Also necessory whorls too lose the spent parts like style, stigma, anther, filament and connective. Only ovary, ovules (and thalamus too sometimes as in Apple) plays role in forming fruit. However when sepals persists and remains attached to fruits too then it is called persistent calyx. Examples are Brinjal, Chilli, Tomatoes etc.
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Pea and withania
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Tomato and brinjal
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Meiosis is also known as reduction division
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Meiosis is also known as reduction division in which the chromosome number is reduced to half in organisms which are diploid in nature. The haploid organism usually undergoes mitosis division to form diploid zygote. The zygote then undergoes meiosis division to form the embryo.
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Brinjal 🍆
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The noticeable difference between parthenocarpy and pathenogenesis is that parthenocarpy takes place in plants while parthenogenesis takes place in animals mostly in insects and lizards e.g- honeybee. Parthenocarpy is the production of fruits from unfertilized ovules in plants while parthenogenesis is the development of egg without fertilisation. Moreover fruits formed by Parthenocarpy do not contain seeds.
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Brinjal
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Homo- and hetero-gametes are more related with the shape of X-chromosome. (Inner content of one cell). Iso- and aniso-gametes are more related with shape and size of two gametes. (Outer expression)
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What does primarily aquatic mean?
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life span of goose berry
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In.. Tomatoes # brinjal #chillies and yummy strawberries ,,😴😛
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In Solanaceae family, calyx (sepals) remains persistent after fertilisation. Some examples are potato, tomato, brinjal,chilly.
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Brinjal, tomato, etc
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Ladyfinger sepal remain attach with it after fertilization
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Brinjal
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Tomato, strawberry, pea, brinjal
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Please find this answer

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Chilly brinjal tomato
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Guava, tomato, brinjal are the examples in which sepals remain attached after fertilization.
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Guava, tomato &brinjal are the examples in which sepals remain attached after fertilization
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Guava , tomato & brinjal are the example in which sepals remain attached after fertilization.
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Tomato
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in the family solanacae.
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Brinjal
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Brinjal
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Guava,Tomato,Brinjal are the plants in which sepels remain attached after fertilisation
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Brinjal
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Guava tomato and brinjal
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Strawberry, tomato
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Tomato
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Solanum melongena (brinjal).
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Tomato, guava
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??(tomato)
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Tomato nd brinjal
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Brinjals ?? as they belong to the solenence family??
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Guava ,tomato, brinjal
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Brinjal
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Tomato, guava brinjal
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Guava,tomatoes,brinjal.
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Brinjal
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