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29topic_14_f07 - Fruits Topic 14 Topic 14 Angiosperm...

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Unformatted text preview: Fruits Topic 14 Topic 14 Angiosperm Angiosperm Reproduction: Reproduction: Fruits • Fruits are classified as: • Simple fruits which develop from one or several united carpels • Aggregate fruits which are the composed of many separate carpels from a single flower • Multiple fruits which consist of the gynoecia of several flowers . Fruits • Simple fruits , the most diverse of the fruit groups, can be soft and fleshy or dry and woody or papery. Fruits • There are three main types of simple fruits; berries , drupes and pomes . Fruits • Drupes are one to several carpels each with a single seed. The inner layer of the fruit is hard or stony and adherent to the seed. • Examples are peaches , cherries , olives , plums and coconuts . Fruits • Berries have one to several carpels each with many seeds. The inner layer of the fruit is fleshy. • Examples are tomatoes , dates and grapes . egg plant is a berry...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course BIO 29 taught by Professor Mcgowan during the Spring '08 term at CUNY Brooklyn.

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