Fig (Ficus carica), native to the eastern Mediterranean and southwest Asia (from Turkey to Afghanistan) who is a qualified tree or shrub species of plants and fruits of this species. Fig is the only fruit bearing commercial prescription in about 800 species of figs (Ficus) included in the family of dentitions (Moraceae). Trees are divided into two as females and males, and on the same tree there are no organs with both female and male qualities. The fruit of the female trees is large and oversized, while the male trees have little and little fruit, which is not an edible flavor like fruit juices, but is necessary for pollination. In general, only one male tree is planted near many female trees for pollination.