The placenta is attached to the developing seed near the
Ans. The answer is the option (a) Hilum
Explanation: The scar on the seed coat through which the seed attaches it to the fruit is known as Hilum. Chalaza is the base of the ovule, Testa is the outer covering of the seed, and lastly, micropyle is a tiny opening in the seed coat through which water gets absorbed in the seed.