Gymnosperm plants do not produce fruits because they do not have
None of the above
The correct option is A Ovary In Gymnosperms the fertilized ovule does not develop into a fruit as it would in an angiosperm. Since gymnosperms have no ovary, they can never produce fruit. Seeds develop from the ovules that are found in the developed ovaries or fruit, but in the case of gymnosperms, the ovules are located directly on the surface of the flower or cone. Yews and ginkgoes develop fruit like structures, but their seed is not inside these organs, which makes them Gymnosperms.