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The botanical idea of “fruit” differs from that used in everyday language. Fruits are all derived from the transformation of one or more parts of the flower. They all contain one or more seeds. Once released into the environment, they give birth to new plants if the conditions are favorable for germination.
Nature provides a great diversity of fruits, only some of which are edible.
To select a fruit, click on it.
- To define “fruit” in the botanical sense.
- To identify and count the seeds of certain fruits.
- To teach the importance of the dissemination of seeds.
Everyday language distinguishes between fruits and vegetables based on the ways they are used as foods. A fruit is sweet, pulpy and is eaten raw, often as a dessert. The term vegetables…
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