Fruits are never roots.
The sprout is a vegetable.
Charles J. Brand has written: 'Grimm alfalfa and its utilization in the Northwest' -- subject(s): Alfalfa 'A picture of the fruit and vegetable industry' -- subject(s): Marketing, Vegetables, Farm produce, Fruit-culture
No a fruit is a fruit which has seeds. A vegetable is a vegetable that we have to make into a salad or currys
A pair is a fruit, not a vegetable
its a fruit not a vegetable
An onion is a vegetable not a fruit.
A fruit has seeds and a vegetable doesn't, for example: a tomato is a fruit, a carrot is a vegetable, a banana is a fruit. Anything with seeds is definitely a fruit and anything else is a vegetable.
tomato is not a vegetable, its a fruit because fruit has seed