Any small fleshy fruit, as the strawberry, mulberry, huckleberry, etc.
A small fruit that is pulpy or succulent throughout, having seeds loosely imbedded in the pulp, as the currant, grape, blueberry.
a juicy fruit with seeds immersed in pulp
a fleshy fruit containing 1 to many seeds
a fleshy or pulpy indehiscent fruit with the seed(s) embedded in the fleshy tissue of the pericarp. cf. drupe, pyrene.
A fleshy fruit (remaining closed when mature) with the seed or seeds surrounded by pulp.
a fleshy or pulpy fruit from a single ovary with one to many embedded seeds, such as tomato and grape.
A pulpy, indehiscent fruit with several carpels, each with one or more seeds.
A small fruit with pulpy flesh enclosing one or more seeds or an assembly of small sacs of juice each encloses one seed within it or on its surface.
a fleshy indehiscent pulpy multi-seeded fruit resulting from a single pistil.
A fruit with pericarp wholly pulpy.
Indehiscent, fleshy fruit with (one or) a few to many seeds; the flesh may be more or less homogeneous, or the outer part of the fruit may be firm, hard, or leathery.
A small, fleshy fruit or dry seed or kernel of various plants.
a fleshy fruit that contains small seeds
n. (AS. berie, berry) any fleshy simple fruit with one or more seeds and a skin, as a tomato, cranberry, banana, grape, etc.; a several-sided indehiscent fruit with a fleshy pericarp and without a stony layer surrounding the seeds.
All fruits with fleshy walls and multiple seeds.
any of numerous small and pulpy edible fruits; used as desserts or in making jams and jellies and preserves
a small fruit having any of various structures, e.g., simple (grape or blueberry) or aggregate (blackberry or raspberry)
a fleshy fruit that carries no stony layer in the any fruit, but also contains one to many seeds
a kind of fruit
a simple fruit having a skin surrounding one or more seeds in a fleshy pulp
a small juicy fruit without a stone
A fleshy fruit with 1 or more seeds
A fleshy indehisent pulpy, succulent fruit with immersed seeds.
A pulpy or freshy fruit with pericarp containing one or more hard-coated seeds.
The fleshy fruit containing the seeds; the ovary after fertilization.
A many-seeded, succulent fruit. An outer skin encloses a thick fleshy interior, with an inner thin layer.
A fruit that is fleshy throughout.
fleshy fruit with one or more seeds in the pulp, not enclosed in hard shell (grape)
fleshy fruit, containing several or many seeds; any pulpy or juicy fruit
a pulpy indehiscent fruit with one to many seeds; such as the grape, cranberry, blueberry or tomato.
A fruit with the seeds surrounded only by fleshy material.
A pulpy, indehiscent fruit with few to many seeds.
a type of fruit with seeds contained in or about the pulp or flesh
a fleshy, several-seeded fruit with fleshy inner and outer walls
A stoneless, pulpy fruit containing one or more embedded seeds ( e.g., grape).
fleshy fruit of a plant with a pulpy interior, containing seeds.
Fleshy fruit with (1-) several seeds immersed in soft flesh, but seeds without a stony outer layer, e.g. tomato (see Drupe). Parent Term: Indehiscent Plural: Berries Difficulty Level
A simple fleshy fruit, with seeds embedded in the pulpy mass
A type of simple fruit having a fleshy exocarp, mesocarp, and endocarp. Example: tomato.
Fleshy fruit, with succulent pericarp, as in Vitis.
fleshy fruit with relatively thin skin and containing several seeds, usually round or nearly so
A fleshy fruit developed from a single pistil, fleshy throughout.
A berry is a small, juicy, fleshy, stoneless fruit that contains one or many seeds. This simple fruit has a pulpy pericarp surrounding the seed. Some berries include the gooseberry, tomato, currant, and grape.
The term berry, in common parlance and in cuisine, refers generically to any small, edible fruit with multiple seeds; in this sense, the tomato is a berry and the strawberry is not. Aggregate fruits such as the blackberry, the raspberry, and the boysenberry are also berries in this sense, but not the botanical.