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When the ovules are unfertilized, it is common to find that the ovary withers and does not come to maturity; but in the case of bananas, plantains and breadfruit, the...development of seeds seems to lead to a larger growth and a greater succulence of the fruit." "Vegetable..a general term from plants, and specifically, in language, of such plants as can be eaten by man...whether cooked or raw, and whether the whole or cuch are edible,or only the leaves of the roots or tubers, such edible or culinary plants or portions of plants, a distinction is made popularly between 'fruits' and 'vegetables,'..." ---Encyclopedia Britannica [Encyclopedia Britannica Company: New York] 11th edition, 1911 [1957] "Fruit. In the widest sense, any product of plant growth useful to man or woman, as grain, vegetable, cotton, flax, etc., 2.

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But applications of the word in this sense are apt to be loose and shifting according to the fashion of the time.

Fruit, in the botanical sense, is developed from the flower as the result of fertilization of the ovule.

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Fruits come in many forms; some of the most familiar are achenes, berries, capsules, nuts, and pods.

Some plant parts commonly called fruits, such a s blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, and pineapples, are really conglomerates of numerous little fruits each developed from a separate ovary.

But in common usage, seed-surrounding green beans, eggplants, cucumbers, and corn kernels are called vegetables, not fruits.

Even the United States Supreme Court has preferred the cook's definition over the botanists.

NOTE: Rhubarb is botanically classed as a vegetable. The "correct answer" depends upon who you ask: botanist, linguist, culinary professional, legal professional average or consumer. In the most general terms, vegetable is the broader term, encompassing all edible plant matter. Botanically speaking, tomatoes (eggplants, cucumbers, melons, squash, peas, beans) are fruits.

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