the answer is flower
it stores food in the endosperm
All seed producing plants store their food in seeds to nourish their embryo at the time of storage and germination
Yes, plenty of food is stored inside seed either in the cotyledones or in the endosperm. This food is utilized by the seedling during seed germination.
Because it wont grow without its food and the food store is where it gets its food
All seed plants store food within the seed; this takes the form of the cotyledons which are there to provide nutrition to the embryo while it is dormant and then while the seed is germinating and before it is able to produce its own food
Plants store extra food in the central vacuole
Yes because a health different is a seed but flax is same thing so just it easier to find out. You can buy flax and seeds for a store in turkey .
No it is in the stems like the suger cane or the suger beet store suger in them.
A monocot stores its food supply in the endosperm of the seed. Dicots store the bulk of their food in the two cotyledons.