What's inside a Seed?

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Some of the things that are inside a seed include the endosperm, the embryo's primary root, cotyledon and the embryonic leaves. Each of these parts has a special function in the seed and they are all enclosed by the seed coat.
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my sweet heart. also the embryo of an olive tree, and some food for the embryo to consume when and if it is able to start growing.
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