Ruminate endosperm occurs in

(a) Cruciferae

(b) Euphorbiaceae

(c) Asteraceae

(d) Annonaceae


Ruminate endosperm is the condition in which the endosperm is dissected by in-growths of the seed coat. This is common condition in Annonaceae.

Hence option d is the answer.

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