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1 eaten for taste and energy
2 used for making plates and cups
3 provides a place of rest for birds
4 provides wood for furniture
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All fruits come from flowers, but not all flowers become fruits. Fruits are typically derived from the ovaries of a flower and contain seeds. This means all parts of a plant that flower (including most culinary nuts and berries) are “fruits” and all non-flowering parts of plants are “vegetables”.
Here are the 11 best edible flowers. ... You can eat the flower straight from the plant, but it is usually used for ... can be used to make various foods like jelly and wine. They can be eaten raw, mixed into various fruit or green ...
fruits- eaten for taste and energy
leaves- used for making cups and plates
branches- a place for rest for birds
trunk- provides wood for furniture
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What an interesting question!
The first thing that comes to mind are roses, roses petals are used in a variety of ways in Persian and middle eastern cooking, both in sweet savory dishes.
And of course the fruit of the rose is roseships, rich in vitamin C.
Or oranges, and orange blossoms.I hope the answer will help you!
It contains Vitamin C
the correct answer for your question is option (b)-the confirmation of the double- helix structure of dna.
the double helix structure of the dna was discovered by james watson and francis crick back in 1953. the discovery of the double helix structure of dna was looked upon as great discoveries of all time had completely uplifted the human understanding of dna and its structure.
the discovery is considered as the cornerstone of the emergence of new science study branch called modern molecular biology.