(a) achene (transverse section below); (b) caryopsis; (c) nut (transverse section below); (d) samara (transverse section below); (e) legume; (f) lomentum; (g) follicle; (h) siliqua; (i) circumsissile capsule; (j) pore capsule; (k) transverse section of a loculicidal capsule showing positions of dehiscence; (l) transverse section of a septicidal capsule showing positions of dehiscence; (m) schizocarp with 2 carpels before splitting; (n) schizocarp with 2 carpels after splitting; (o) schizocarp with 4 carpels after splitting; (p) schizocarp capsule with 5 carpels after splitting and dehiscence (drawn from above); (q) transverse section of drupe; (r) transverse section of a drupaceous fruit with 5 carpels; (s) longitudinal section of a superior berry; (t) longitudinal section of an inferior berry; (u) longitudinal section through an aggregate fruit consisting of a cluster of drupels; (v) longitudinal section of a hip, the true fruits are achenes, one of which is sectioned; (w) vertical section through the syconium of a fig (multiple fruit). Shading: seeds exposed by dehiscence or sectioning are shown in solid black; ovary walls, when sectioned are cross-hatched.