“Seedless fruits can develop in one of two ways: either the fruit develops without any fertilization (parthenocarpy), or pollination triggers fruit development but the ovules or embryos abort without producing mature seeds (stenospermocarpy).” Generally this lowers genetic diversity when commercial planters choose to create these seedless fruits, which also makes them more susceptible to disease and pests.
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