The former have an inferior ovary, with a slender style and a lobed stigma; and the latter have three stamens on the corolla.
Cupuliferae have an inferior ovary and rudimentary calyx-limb on the top.
The inferior ovary becomes a stone-fruit that looks like a berry.
The inferior ovary develops into a three-valved capsule, containing numerous minute seeds.
It appears at the base of the corolla, at the summit of the inferior ovary, and is known as pappus.
Considered from a teratological point of view, there is no reason for considering the inferior ovary to be purely axial.
This tribe is sometimes regarded as a separate order Vacciniaceae, distinguished by its inferior ovary.