Syncarp



noun, Botany.
1.
an aggregate fruit.
2.
a collective fruit.
noun
1.
(botany) a fleshy multiple fruit, formed from two or more carpels of one flower or the aggregated fruits of several flowers
syncarp
(sĭn’kärp’)
A fleshy compound fruit composed either of the fruits of several flowers, as in the pineapple and mulberry, or of several carpels of a single flower, as in the magnolia and raspberry.

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