A fruit composed of several cartilaginous or bony carpels inclosed in an adherent fleshy mass, which is partly receptacle and partly calyx, as an apple, quince, or pear.
a fleshy fruit where the succulent tissues are developed from the
Type of fruit in which the portions produced by the pericarp are enclosed within fleshy parts that are derived from parts of the flower other than the ovary. An apple is a pome.
Indehiscent, fleshy fruit in which the outer part is soft and the center contains papery to cartilaginous structures enclosing the seeds; characteristic fruit of apples, pears, quinces, and most other members of Rosaceae subfam. Maloideae.
a type of fruit with flesh derived from an enlarged receptacle growing around an ovary; apples and pears are examples of pomes
a fleshy fruit (apple or pear or related fruits) having seed chambers and an outer fleshy part
a fleshy fruit composed of the mature ovary along with other flower parts
a fruit that has an outer layer like a skin, several seeds but not stones or pits, and a fragile core
a fruit with pips, apples and pears (also quince and medlars) whereas a drupe is a fruit with a stone, plums, cherries, peaches and apricots
an accessory fruit composed of five or more carpels in which the exocarp forms an inconspicuous layer, the mesocarp is usually fleshy, and the endocarp forms a leathery case around the seed
a well-known fruit of the apple, pear and quince
A fruit type consisting of a thin exocarp, fleshy mesocarp, and a papery endocarp, found in certain members of the rose family. Examples: apples and pears.
A fruit from a compound inferior ovary enclosed in thick flesh. (eg: an apple in Malus)
Fleshy indehiscent fruit from a compound ovary.
Fruit with freshy body and cartilaginous core enclosing seeds.
fleshy fruit formed from the enlarged receptacle of a perigynous flower (apple)
a type of fleshy fruit represented by the apple, pear, and related genera, resulting from a compound ovary
a fleshy fruit resulting from the development of an inferior ovary and a fleshy receptacle, like an apple, pear or quince.
A type of fleshy fruit represented by the apple, pear or related genera. A fruit with a papery or bony core at the center and with sepals or scars from which the sepals have fallen at the blossom end. Many "berry-like" fruits are really small pomes (cotoneaster).
a fleshy (false) fruit, formed from an inferior ovary, in which the receptacle or hypanthium has enlarged to enclose the true fruit.
a fleshy, succulent fruit, encompassing numerous seeds
a fleshy fruit, with seeds incased by a papery wall (apple) nutlet — a small nut
A fleshy fruit with a central seed-bearing core ( e.g., apple).
A multi-celled, multi-seeded, fleshy, indehiscent fruit. Examples: Callery Pear, Apple.
The fleshy fruit of the apple family
A berry-like fruit, adnate to a fleshy receptacle, with cartilaginous endocarp, as in Malus.
Fleshy fruit with a core, such as a crabapple.
fruit with fleshy outer tissue and a papery-walled, inner chamber containing the seeds.
A fruit with a core, like an apple.
In botany, a pome (after the French name for an apple: pomme) is a type of fruit produced by flowering plants in the Subfamily Maloideae of the Family Rosaceae.