FRUITS

Fruits are the seed-bearing parts of plants. Fruits are often fleshy, edible substances containing juices and nutrients beneficial to humans and animals. However, many fruits are commonly mistaken as vegetables.
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Casaba

Casaba, a large melon with orange flesh. It resembles a large cantaloupe (muskmelon) but the flesh does not have a musky odor.

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  • Cranberry

    Cranberry

    Cranberry, a vinelike plant of the heath family, closely related to the wintergreen and blueberry. See more »

  • Dewberry

    Dewberry

    Dewberry, a trailing shrub closely related to the blackberry. It is characterized by canes, or prickly stems, that trail along the ground. See more »

  • Gooseberry

    Gooseberry

    Gooseberry, the common name of members of two similar genera of fruit-bearing shrubs that are related to the currant. See more »

  • Grapefruit

    Grapefruit

    Grapefruit, or Pomelo, a large, subtropical citrus fruit. The name grapefruit comes from the fact that the fruit grows in grapelike clusters. See more »

  • Guava

    Guava

    Guava a genus of tropical herbs and small trees. The common guava, native to tropical regions of North and South America, reaches a height of 30 feet (9 m). See more »

  • How can there be seedless grapes? How can they reproduce?

    How can there be seedless grapes? How can they reproduce?

    There is a good chance that if you go to the grocery store and buy a bunch of grapes that they will be of the seedless variety. If the grapes are seedless, how are they able to produce new grapes? Find out the answer to that question in this article. See more »

  • Huckleberry

    Huckleberry

    Huckleberry, a shrub of the heath family that bears black or blue fruit. It is often confused with the blueberry, but the two can be told apart by the nature of their fruit. See more »

  • Lemon

    Lemon

    Lemon, the name of a citrus fruit and the tree that bears it. The lemon tree is native to southeastern Asia and probably originated in India. See more »

  • Lingonberry

    Lingonberry

    Lingonberry, or Lingenberry, a low creeping, evergreen shrub that grows in northern Europe, Asia, and North America. See more »

  • Loganberry

    Loganberry

    Loganberry, a trailing plant of the rose family, closely related to the blackberry. See more »

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