The angiospermic endosperm, except in special cases, is a triploid (3n) tissue as it is a product of triple fusion involving double fertilization. It is, thus, distinct from the endosperm of gymnosperms and heterosporous pteridophytes where the endosperm is a ……….
(A) Diploid before fertilization.
(B) Simple haploid (n) tissue of the gametophyte not involving any complication like polar fusion or fertilization.
(C) Polyploid formed after simple fertilization.
(D) Haploid formed after fertilization.

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