the Schote is a Unterform of the cap fruit, which is own particularly to the cross bloom plants (Brassicáceae, Crucíferae). The typical Schote (example: Raps) is composed of two seed-carrying and two sterile Fruchtblättern. The fertilen Fruchtblätter form a framework (Replum); between them one is „wrong “septum stretched with cross-blood-learns. The sterile Fruchtblätter form the flaps of the fruit and drop with the ripe one.
Besides there are poppy plants with the earth smoke plants and unite like the Schöllkraut Schoten, which only of two Fruchtblättern to consist and with those a part of each Fruchtblatts is thrown off.
Typical examples are: Wild mustard, Gänsekresse, Raps, Schöllkraut.
The Botaniker Schötchen calls Schoten, which are as broad at the most twice as long . Large Schötchen one finds with the Mondviolen (Lunaria), to z. B. well-known silver valleys, silver sheet, Judaspfennig or Judassilberling (L. annua).