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outer part is soft can be leathery/fibrous, center has one or more hard pits or stones, consisting of a bony endocarp, examples are peach, olive, avocado
fruit formed from 1 compound ovary and few to many seeds, examples are tomato, kiwi, grape, and banana
berry like fruit covered with a thick leathery rind w/ locules filled with fleshy hairs, examples are orange
fruit derived from a compound inferior ovary in which the outer wall becomes hard and tough, examples are watermelon and cucumber
fruit made up of more than 1 flower usually with superior ovaries, examples are pineapple, fig (synconium), and mulberry
fruit formed from a compound inferior ovary in which receptacle or calyx tube becomes thick and fleshy, examples are apple and pear
fruit with receptacle that is not especially fleshy that has several to many pistils that become a fleshy drupe, example is a blackberry
fruit made up of succulent receptacle covered with several to many pistils, each forming a dry achene like fruit, example is a strawberry
one locule/seed, fruit with two or more seeded carpels that separate from each other leaving a connection between them
long, with length more than two times width; 2 locular fruit splitting with each half or valve separate from one another so that septum is left behind
short, 2 locular fruit splitting with each half or valve separate from one another so that septum is left behind
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