3. Fruits and Seed Formation
(i)    After fertilisation, the ovary grows into a fruit and other parts of the flower fall off. 
(ii)    The fruit is the ripened ovary. 
(iii)    The seeds develop from the ovules. 
(iv)    The seed contains an embryo enclosed in a protective seed coat. Seed contain cotyledon, which store food materials.Some fruits are fleshy and juicy such as mango, apple and orange. Some fruits are hard like almonds and walnuts.

Figure: (a) Section of an apple   (b) Almond