Types of Fruits

FruitsComposite AggregateSimpleComplete Inflorescence converts into fruitsPolycarpellary Apocarpous Annona sqamosaMono or Polycarpellary Syncarpous gynoeciumFleshyDrupeBerryHard, Monocarpellary superior ovary, Basal placentationSmooth, Solanacea and Liliacea, Axile placentationDRYIndehicentDehicentLegume CapsuleSiliqueCaryopsisPoaceaSeed coat and Pericarp are permanently fusedBasal placentationWheat, Rice & LitchiLEGUMEG1Marginal placentationFabaceaPolycarpellaryAxileSolanacea and liliaceaBicarpellaryParietalReplumBraceacassiea
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