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Are there any plants that fix their own nitrogen?

Though it's not a land plant, and even does not fall into Archeaplastida, the haptophyte, Braarudosphaera bigelowii, has a nitrogen-fixing endosymbiont and recently confirmed as a fully dependent ...
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Why does hydroponic basil grow a thick stem?

Where it originated in warm regions, basil is a perennial. According to Better Homes and Gardens Most types of culinary basil are native to warm regions of Asia and Africa. They grow as perennial ...
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Why is coconut a fleshy fruit?

The drupe definition from other answers is correct: it is a fruit with a fleshy outer part (exocarp and mesocarp), and a single hard endocarp. A drupe does not split open on its own (it is indehiscent)...
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