Botanically-speaking, pomegranates are berries. True berries are fleshy fruits that come from a single flower with one ovary and typically have several seeds. Pomegranate fruit fall into this group. The dry outer covering (husk) of pomegranate fruit is made up of two layers: a hard outer layer called a epicarp and an inner, soft layer called a mesocarp. The inner mesocarp forms distinct, non-symmetrical chambers containing seeds with a fleshy covering (aril).
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