what is the  ventral suture of a ovary?

Ventral Suture:-
The line of fusion where the margins of the megasporophyll join to form the characteristic tubular shape of the ovary as found in angiosperms. This is often one of the first lines of weakness along which dehiscence occurs at fruit ripening.
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The suture that is formed by the fusion of the rims is called the ventral suture in angiosperm carpels.  This is different from the midrib of carpels. The structure where the ovules develop is in the form of ridge along the ventral suture.

The ovary in which the placenta forms a ridge along the ventral suture of the ovary and the ovules develop on two separate rows is known to have marginal placentation. The suture that is formed by the fusion of the rims is called the ventral suture in angiosperm carpels

The line of fusion where the margins of the megasporophyll join to form the characteristic tubular shape of the ovary as found in angiosperms. This is often one of the first lines of weakness along which dehiscence occurs at fruit ripening.
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