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    May 28, 2015, 02:12 PM
    Reproductive biology:sterile fruit
    I'm curious about the mechanism that causes sterile plants to continue to produce fruit, even though they are genetically unable to produce seed. I understand that fruits such as the Cavendish Banana and Seedless Watermelon do not possess enough chromosomes to produce reproductive cells. What then triggers the plant to produce a sterile fruit?

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