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Fruit

Fruit was edible organic (sometimes synthetic) plant matter. (PROSE: Death and Diplomacy)

Growth[]

Fruits grew on both trees and bushes. When fruit grew on these plants they could make the branches hang with the weight of the fruits. (PROSE: Human Nature, Where Angels Fear, The Sleep of Reason) A constant stable climate such as on Deva Loka enabled fruit trees to fruit in sequence throughout the year. (TV: Kinda)

Types of fruit on Gallifrey included ulanda (PROSE: Blind Fury), trumpberries and Magenta Fruits. (PROSE: Lungbarrow)

Cultivation[]

Before cultivation began human hunter-gatherers collected fruit as a tribe. (TV: "The Firemaker")

Fruits and vegetables were cultivated by many species. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Apocalypse)

Fruit trees were often grown and cultivated in orchards or groves. (TV: The Masque of Mandragora)

Classification[]

Berries were considered by the People as separate from fruit. (PROSE: The Also People)

Graham O'Brien noted the avocado to be a fruit, while Ryan Sinclair believed it was a vegetable. (TV: The Tsuranga Conundrum)

Environmental effects[]

Due to a changing climate, the fruit on fruit trees (such as oranges) in an alternate Earth glowed due to the breakdown of the photosynthesis exchange with the impurities collecting in the tree's fruit and from excess unutilised phosphor in the plant. (PROSE: Blood Heat)

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