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Edible part of coconut is: 

(A) seed coat 

(B) endocarp 

(C) endosperm 

(D) carper wall
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( C ) endosperm 
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(B) endocarp 
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Anmol Shubham
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The answer is endosperm....because in the initial phase of development the liquid part of coconut is free nuclear endosperm as te cell wall starts foeming it is converted into cellular endosperm which is the edible part ( confirmed from wikipedia and ncert 12th textbook) 
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Pratiksha Sahu

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