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The seedbearing organ of a flowering plant. Simple fruits develop from flowers with one pistil (with one carpel or with multiple fused carpels). Aggregate fruits develop from flowers with one pistil made up of multiple separate carpels that stick together (or aggregate) to form the ripe fruit. Multiple fruits develop from several flowers whose pistils become fused to form a single fruit. See 'Fruit'

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