The hilum is a scar on the:
Seed, where micropyle was present
Seed, where funicle was attached
Fruit, where it was attached to pedicel
Fruit, where style was present
The hilum is a scar on the seed by former attachment to the funicle.
I am a distinct whitish oval scar on the concave side of the seed. I represent the spot where the ovule was attached to the ovary wall through the placenta. Who am I?
A scar on the seed coat through which the developing seed is attached to the fruit is
The placenta is attached to the developing seed near the
(a) testa (b) hilum (c) micropyle (d) chalaza