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Arboretum Images 1
... resemble miniature coconuts, particularly the fibrous husk (mesocarp) in inner woody endocarp with three germination pores. The meaty seed tissue (endosperm) even tastes a little like the coconut. In fact, ... and finally to Syagrus romanzoffiana. Queen palm endocarps showing the many "faces" produced by germination pores. The far right endocarp was polished by Steven Disparti. How Large Is Penny In ...
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Drift Seeds and Drift Fruits
... name for coconut "Cocos" may be traced to the three germination pores on the endocarp layer surrounding the seed. According to R. ... Darwin, C. 1857. "On the Action of Sea-Water on the Germination of Seeds." Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society 1 ... -140. Darwin, C. 1855. "Effect of Salt-Water on the Germination of Seeds." Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette 47: 773. Dennis, ...
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Botanical Record-Breakers (Cont.)
... . Dried coconut fruit (Cocos nucifera): A. Seed-bearing endocarp with three germination pores at one end. Only one of the pores is functional and may be easily pierced by the developing embryo (or a needle). Blind coconuts (the alleged source of coconut pearls) do not have these distinct germination pores. B ...
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Nut Photos
... layer (endocarp) surrounding a large seed. The endocarp (upper left) contains germination pores at one end, one of which the sprouting coconut palm grows through. ... germination pores, one functional pore and two plugged pores. [In "blind coconuts" all three pores are plugged.] The three pores represent three carpels, typical of the palm family (Arecaceae). Just inside the functional germination ...
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Exam #3 Hints
... germination pores, one functional pore and two plugged pores. [In "blind coconuts" all three pores are plugged.] The three pores represent three carpels, typical of the palm family (Arecaceae). Just inside the functional germination ...
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