What is parthenocarpy fruit?
A parthenocarpy fruit is a kind of fruit which is artificially grown, it is a seedless fruit which cannot reproduce by sexual means but only by asexual ones.
Parthenocarpy is the process by which a fruit develops without fertilisation. As a result the fruit is seedless. Apomixis is the process by which seeds develop without fertilisation. this takes place when the megaspore mother cell does not undergo meiosis or a cell from the nucellus develops into the embryo.
Parthenogenesis is the process by which a gamete (usually female) develops to form an individual. As a result, the individual is haploid, eg.drones in bees. Parthenocarpy is the process by which a fruit develops without fertilisation. As fertilisation has not taken place, the fruit is seedless and does not contribute to sexual reproduction.
From link below: There are several ways that seedless fruits can arise. They are usually an exception to the normal fertilization process. Most seedless fruits have what is termed parthenocarpy, where fruit form without fertilization, but pollination is sometimes required as stimulation. See related links below:
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