What kind of a fruit is a banana?


 Although bananas are sickle-shaped and not round, from a botanical point of view they are classified as berries. This is because each banana has developed from a single overy. And its pericarp is fleshy, even when the fruit is ripe. Although berries usually contain one or more seeds, the modern, cultivated banana has only the remnants of ovules from which no new plants can develop. However, this is not a problem, since each banana plant grows underground shoots. Bananas are bent because they start our growing downwards and then bend in the direction of the Sun.

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