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Fruits Fun Facts

Fruits contain important vitamins, minerals, and chemicals, and a diet high in fruits can help protect you against cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.

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Fruits Fun Facts

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Certain plants of mostly cultivated varieties spontaneously produce fruits in the absence of pollination and fertilization. This is called parthenocarpy.
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Broadly, fruits are classified into fleshy fruits and dry fruits. Fleshy fruits include berries, aggregate fruits, and more. Dry fruits include legumes, capsulate fruits, and nuts.
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Fruits are important sources of many drugs. For example, morphine from the fruit of the opium poppy
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Seedless fruits like tomatoes are sometimes artificially obtained by administering plant growth substances to the ovaries in flowers
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Most fruits develop from a single pistil, but where fruit comes from several pistils of a single flower, it may be referred to as an aggregate fruit
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Pomology is the study of fruits. The source is the word "Pomum" in Latin that translates to fruits in English.
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The shelf life of fresh fruits can be prolonged by refrigeration or by removing oxygen from their packaging or storage containers.
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There are broadly two categories of fruits, which are fleshy fruits and dry fruits. An example of fleshy fruits is tomatoes. Flashy fruits consist of a large amount of soft succulent tissue.
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The principal purpose of the fruit is to protect and disseminate the seed to prevent the seed from drying until it's mature.
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Some fruits form without fertilization, and an example is bananas — the process called Parthenocarpy.

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