The word fruit is a noun. Fruit means (1) an amount of a product, (2) the consequence of some effort or action, (3) the ripened reproductive body of a seed plant.
Fruit is also a verb that means (1) bear fruit, (2) cause to bear fruit.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word fruit.
This basket of bright orange fruit is a very appealing gift. The woven basket has been lined with shredded green paper to add a cushioning and festive touch. Gift baskets such as these are often shipped direct from the grower.
Browse this fruits and vegetables retailer directory to find fruit and vegetable retailers in the USA. The composite photo on this web page depicts assorted fruits and vegetables.
Raspberries are a composite fruit which is red in color and both sweet and tart. They are traditionally available in mid-summer. This site features helpful information about growing and using raspberries.
Browse this ethnic grocer directory to find information about ethnic foods and ethnic grocery stores in the USA. The photograph on this page depicts a fruit display at an ethnic market.
Check out this gift baskets manufacturer directory for information about gift basket and pack manufacturers and distributors in the United States. The photo on this page shows a gift basket with fruit, cheese, sausage, and preserves.
Gourmet food makes an ideal gift for the person who has everything, and is perfect for holidays and special occasions. Gourmet food gifts can include fruit, meats, cheese and crackers, wines, and chocolates.
Raspberries can be divided into categories by the season in which they produce, as well as the color of the fruit. Learn more about raspberry varieties with this helpful guide.
New evidence supports the idea that plants owe their rainbow of fruit colors to the different animals that eat them. Researchers first had to get past the fact that most animals don't see colors quite the way humans do.
Science Daily. Monday, 24 Sep 2018 17:44:52 EDT.
Humans have harnessed the ripening power of the plant hormone ethylene for centuries, but a recent discovery of how a plant controls the hormone may lead to more precise human control of ripening.
Rachel Ehrenberg. NPR. Monday, 24 Sep 2018 11:01:19 -0400.