Unformatted text preview: maturity (6) Nut, a hard, one-seeded fruit, generally formed from a compound ovary, with the pericarp hard throughout B. Aggregate Fruits. Aggregate fruits consist of a number of matured ovaries formed in a single flower and arranged over the surface of a single receptacle. Individual ovaries are called fruitlets. Many aggregate fruits are also accessory fruits. C. Multiple Fruits. Multiple fruits consist of the matured ovaries of several to many flowers more or less united into a mass. Multiple fruits are almost invariably accessory fruits....
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- Fall '09
- Plants, multiple fruits, Aggregate fruits, b. Indehiscent, one-seeded fruit