Fruits in which part or all of the pericarp (fruit wall) is fleshy at maturity are simple fleshy fruits. Types of simple, fleshy, fruits (with examples) include: berry – (e.g., cranberry, gooseberry, redcurrant, tomato) stone fruit or drupe (e.g., apricot, cherry, olive, peach, plum)
Is a corn a fruit or a vegetable?
Corn seed is actually a vegetable, a grain, and a fruit. Corn seed is a vegetable because it is harvested for eating. (Usually sweet corn when grain is harvested at the milk stage.) Corn seed is a grain because it is a dry seed of a grass species.
What is the difference between a Dehiscent fruit and a Indehiscent fruit?
“Dry Fruits can be divided into those in which the seeds are contained in a seedpod of some sort which opens to release the seeds (called Dehiscent), and those in which there isn't a seedpod which opens (Indehiscent). Dry Dehiscent Fruits are Follicle, Legume, Silique, Capsule.”