Berry: nf A berry, in botany, is a type of fleshy fruit, generally indehiscent and containing one or more seeds, pips.
The berry pericarp is made up from the outside to the inside by a very thin epicarp, a fleshy mesocarp (called a sarcocarp) and a fleshy endocarp, which differentiates it from the drupe in which the endocarp is sclerotized ( cherry, peach, coconut).
When the berries are grouped in bunch (grape, redcurrant) or in bouquet (juniper, elderberry ...
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