fleshy fruit: berry fruit 
Fruit in which the seed is surrounded by two distinct layers: an exocarp and a fleshy mesocarp that is in direct contact with the seed.
section of a raspberry
The raspberry is an aggregate fruit; it consists of a number of small fleshy fruits attached to a common receptacle.
Enlarged portion of the peduncle; it holds the raspberry’s drupelets.
Structure formed by the development of a fertile ovule; it contains an embryo and nutrient reserves that enable a new plant to grow.
The small fleshy fruits attached to the receptacle, each one containing a seed; they are derived from separate ovaries within a single flower.
The flower’s sepal remains until the raspberry ripens.
Part of the fruit that once attached it to the terminal offshoot of the twig or branch.