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multiple fruit (also called a syncarp)
A fruit that has developed from more than one flower, in which the flowers are tightly clustered, and mature into a tight cluster of individual fruits (such as mulberry, pineapple, fig, osage orange). This differs from an aggregate fruit which derives a single flower. (Fig is a rather unusual inflorescence and fruit, see synconium.)
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