Fruit is the organ that contains one or more seeds and is formed as a result of a structural change in the ovary after fertilization in plants. The seed and the parts surrounding the seed are called fruit together. Fruits are important structures that play a role in seed protection and propagation. There are also some fruits known as vegetables in daily life.

For example, although their appearance does not fit the common understanding of fruit, vegetable products such as beans, corn kernels, tomatoes, cucumbers, acorns, and so on are actually fruits, so in order to determine the difference between fruits and vegetables, it is necessary to go through the definition of fruit, not the definition of vegetable. To do this, you can use a very simple test: If there are fertilized cells (nuclei) in what you eat for reproductive purposes, you are eating a fruit. If not, what you’re probably eating is a vegetable.

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