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Post by hiro » Thu Jun 08, 2006 3:51 pm

o...btw...are branana seeds in the center? when i eat, i see the small black dots...i guess thats the seeds of branana...
i think it doesn't matter to eat branana seed~ just like stawberry~well..better than grape seeds haha
ymm>w< i love branana

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Post by mith » Fri Jun 09, 2006 12:19 am

yep, they are seeds :)
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Post by victor » Sun Jun 11, 2006 12:11 pm

hiro wrote:will u eat watermelon with seeds together, victor? haha tats will be v. troublesome~~


Yup, I'm too lazy to shoot those seeds out from my mouth, so I swallow them altogether with the flesh..:lol: But I'm sure that I won't do the same thing to mango seeds..:mrgreen:

@Baikuza
as far as I know that division of Magnoliophyta are flowering plants which means that they produce flowers (including all its stamens and ovaries). So, if seeds are developed from ovulums which are located inside ovaries, I can conclude that every flowering plants do produce seeds. Except those with some anomalies (ugh, plants always full with anomalies.. :x )
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Post by baikuza » Sun Jun 11, 2006 12:24 pm

that is the same with me... i wonder why you ask that question to me? oh well, whatever.
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Post by SU_reptile » Mon Jun 12, 2006 9:52 pm

Personally, as far as we talk about seedless fruits, I am fond of seedless mandarines. Jesus how I hate seeds in that fruit.
As far as Victor eats grapes together with their seeds, I have always eaten sunflower's "seeds" (achenes) together with their shells :oops:

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Post by hiro » Sun Jun 18, 2006 12:28 pm

But I'm sure that I won't do the same thing to mango seeds..:mrgreen:

hahaha sure u won't~~unless u wanna die~~haha plum seed is ~fine~ to u~~~~

well...i duno we can eat sunflower seed... can we???

in my owner garden, there are roses...n i found that they have fruit like structure..
i am not sure weather it is really a fruit or not... is orange n pretty hard round *fruit*
this is my first time to see rose fruit...is it a fruit?? it doesn't seem we can eat it...

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