Fruit ovate, dry and indehiscent, filled by the single seed, covered with barbed prickly bristles which are readily detached.
Pod membranaceous, enclosed in the calyx, indehiscent, 1–2 seeded.
Fruit membranous and indehiscent, in the bottom of the calyx.
But some fruits are indehiscent, falling to Dehiscence of fruits.
The pod is compressed, semicircular in form, indehiscent, and toothed along the lower edge.
On the other hand, indehiscent fruits discharge these functions for the embryo, and the seed-coat is only slightly developed.
Of dry fruits many are indehiscent; and these are variously arranged to be transported by animals.
Capsules immersed in the thallus or sessile upon it, indehiscent.
Pod membranaceous, 1-seeded, indehiscent, enclosed in the persistent calyx.
As the result of the pollination the ovary developes into a dry 1-seeded indehiscent fruit.