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The term for fruits that do not open or split to release seeds. Also see Dehiscence.
A dry fruit, with one seed enclosed in a hard shell (endocarp). Nuts are indehiscent.
Potassium. Chemical symbol K in the NPK formulae, potassium is responsible for flower and fruit production in plants.
A fungal scale disease that causes lesions on leaves or fruit.
1) A rough, prickly husk or covering that surrounds seeds or fruits.2) A plant producing such husks.
A seed-bearing conical fruit on conifer plants, comprising overlapping scales surrounding a central axis.
The opening of an anther, fruit or sporangium at maturity to release its contents (pollen, seeds or spores).
A plant, usually a fruit tree, whose branches are trained horizontally and flat against a wall or other framework.
An insect of the order Hymenoptera. They're considered a pest in the summer when they feed on ripe fruit.
A seed-bearing, fleshy fruit that's produced after flowering. While many berries provide valuable food, some species produce inedible and poisonous berries.