Where do seedless watermelons come from?
Seedless watermelons are the result of pollinating a tetraploid watermelon plant (four sets of chromosomes) with pollen from a diploid watermelon plant (two sets of chromosomes), which results in a triploid seed. These seeds produce seedless watermelons.
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