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Yes. Both fruits and seeds often possess stomata as well as chloroplasts, which have been shown to be quite important in many cases for seed and fruit development. It makes sense when you think about it. If these vital components of the plant can make some of their own energy, rather than relying entirely on sugar reserves produced elsewhere (especially ...


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This is a brief answer (for me) to point out that: Your question is not really concerned with photosynthesis but is actually about the choice of the carbon constituents of living cells. First you talk about photosynthesis as if it is a single process, however it is two separable processes: The Light Reactions convert solar energy into chemical energy (in ...


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