Why pineapple has many eyes in scientific explanation ? – Food & Cooking


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The pineapple fruit is a terminal, cylindrical, compound structure at the apex of the stem and is formed by the fusion of the berrylike fruitlets, the EYES that develop from the flowers:
The stem of pineapple bears flowers, each of which ripens into a fruitlet. A fruitlet contains all of the parts of a complete flower including sepals, petals, stamens and a pistil with a stigmatic surface where pollination takes place, as well as an ovary where the fruitlet’s seeds develop.
The shell is composed of sepal and bract tissues and the apices of the ovaries. These are the remains of the flowers which persist after the fruit is formed and each one manifests itself as a different one of the fruit’s ‘eyes’.
The complete fruit “pineapple” forms a “fusion

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