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Several types of "berries" from the market.
Alaska wild "berries" from the Innoko National Wildlife Refuge.

Pulpy, indehiscent, few- or many-seeded fruit; technically, the pulpy fruit resulting from a single pistil, containing one or more seeds but no true stone, as the tomato.

This article contains a definition from the Glossary of Gardening Terms.
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