Does a Banana Have Seeds?

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A banana has seeds indeed. Bananas come in two forms; the yellow sweet fruit that are available in American markets are of the Musa acuminata variety. They are a good source of potassium.
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1. Set up the heating mat and appliance timer in a room that can be maintained at about 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Put a tray on top of the heating mat. 2. Soak the banana seeds in water
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Wild bananas have many large seeds in them, but the kinds we buy and eat have been domesticated and the only remnant of a seed left now is the tiny black spec you sometimes see inside
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brownish black.
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Seeds are found within the fruit of the banana. Slice a piece of banana and you
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Banana seeds are quite large in proportion to the fruit compared with a conventional edible banana. ...
A banana seed is looks like a very tiny black speck. You'll see many seeds in the white flesh of the banana, especially as begins to ripen. ...
A banana seed is looks like a very tiny black speck. You'll see many seeds in the white flesh of the banana, especially as begins to ripen. ...
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