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Fruits which develop without fertilization are described as
Fruits which develop without fertilization are described as "pathenocarpic." Pathenocarpic fruits are formed without the need for pollination or fertilization of the ovules. Instead, they are produced through the stimulation of hormones, such as auxins, in the plant. This process can occur naturally or be induced through the use of chemicals or other means. Pathenocarpic fruits are often seedless, and examples include bananas, grapes, and some citrus fruits.