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Fruits exhibit highly diversified morphology, and are arguably one of the most highly specialised organs which evolved in higher plants. Fruits range in morphological, biomechanical and textural properties, often as adaptations for their respective dispersal strategy. While most plant species possess monomorphic (of a single type) fruits and seeds, here we focus on Aethionema arabicum (Brassicaceae). Its production of two distinct fruit (dehiscent and indehiscent) and seed types on the samedoi:10.1139/cjb-2019-0014 fatcat:hnygsn7yinhfrc4skkdh2vfcxy