The production of fruits from a flower is carried out by various processes, including pollination, fertilization, and formation of the zygote, and then the ovary begins developing into a fruit.
Reason: Apples and cashews are called false fruits and not true fruit because these fruits are formed by the ovary along with other accessory floral parts.
There are two different types of fruits - True fruits and false fruits
True fruit can be defined as the fruit, which is formed from the fertilized ovary of the flower. Examples:Watermelon, lemon, cherry, and blueberries.
False fruit can be defined as the fruit, which is formed from the ripened ovary along with some other parts of the flower-like the base or receptacle, the perianth, or other accessory floral parts. Examples:Apple, banana, cashews, and strawberry.