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 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).
Poppy Populations Pore The pore is the opening in something. In the stoma it is the opening that is bordered by the guard cells. In the bordered pi t, it is the opening in the border that lets the water through. DIAGRAM: Hydathode PHOTO