fruit

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apocarpy, marginally attached ovules

 

placentation types

free central

parietal, axile

pepo

legume

cultivated tomato (more than 2 carpels)

 

green pepper (berry)

cucumber with parietal placentation

 

melon with parietal placentation

apple flower; ovary position?

apple flower to fruit

apple (pome)

 

coconut (drupe)

orange (hesperidium)

dry indehiscent fruits

caryopsis

hazelnuts with attached bracts

 

walnuts and hickories

dehiscent fruits

Stephanotis follicles

 

milkweed follicles

legume

loculicidal capsule

schizocarps and mericarps (maple family)

 

schizocarps and mericarps (carrot family)

maple flower to fruit

strawberry (aggregate of achenes)

fig (multiple of achenes)

 

fig syconium cross section

magnolia (aggregate of follicles)

rose “hip” (aggregate of achenes)

mulberry (multiple of berries)

 

strawberry flower to fruit

blackberry (aggregate of tiny drupes)

mature rose hip

pineapple (multiple of drupes)

 

Brazil nut family (large, indehiscent fruit)

appleorange

zucchana

pineapple

mace (aril) and nutmeg (seed without aril)

 

capsules

wild tomato: axile placentation, 2 carpels

Bromeliaceae: Ananas multiple of drupes

 

strawberry

placentation? number of carpels?

 

 

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