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Seeds are generally made in order to stand dry/cold conditions. I don't see any reason to believe that the DNA got damaged during freezing (that could cause mutation and phenotypic changes). So, if they have germinated, the plants should not be any different from the controls.
First, before talking about fruits, let's remember that fermentation is an energetic metabolic process where there is no net oxidation of the substract. Bacteria, fungi, animals like you and me and even plants can use fermentation in different occasions. Plant cells, like fungal cells (and unlike bacteria and animal cells) perform alcoholic fermentation. So, ...
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