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Arboretum Images 1
... skin (exocarp) removed. The fruits 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 ... of C. alba showing sharp, claw-like spines. The leaves have a thick, waxy cuticle layer covering the epidermis. Several pieces of raw carnauba wax from C. prunifera are also ...
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Botanical Record-Breakers (Cont.)
... , dried endosperm pulling away from the inner wall of the endocarp. This is cellular material composed of numerous fat globules. The outer brown layer covering the endosperm is the seed coat ... the hard endocarp surrounding the seed. E. View inside the dried endocarp showing where a "coconut pearl' is supposedly found (red arrow). The "pearl" has penetrated the endocarp layer and extended into ...
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Genetic Extra Credit LM 53-54
... arises from tissue surrounding the embryo sac. If this involves cells of the nucellus or inner integument it is called a nucellar embryo. Nucellar embryos are chromosomally identical to the sporophyte ... ). The wall of the endocarp (C) is a hard, woody layer that makes up the inner part of the fruit wall. The thick, fibrous husk (mesocarp) that surrounds the endocarp has been removed. A ...
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Fruit Terminology (Part 2)
... funiculus, but the seed coat is free from the inner wall of the pericarp. Achenes of the sunflower ( ... ). The outer green husk has been removed. Each woody endocarp contains one seed with two conspicuous cotyledons resembling ... layer (husk) of the walnut is part of the pericarp and the hard shell surrounding the seed is the endocarp layer as in coconuts. In true nuts, the hard, indehiscent layer ...
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Fruit Identification Outline
... grapefruit, tangelo and kumquat. See Article About Hesperidiums 4. Drupe: Fleshy fruit with hard inner layer (endocarp or stone) surrounding the seed. E.g. peach, plum, nectarine, apricot, cherry, olive, ... a dry drupe with a green, waterproof outer layer (exocarp), a thick, buoyant, fibrous husk (mesocarp) and a hard, woody, inner layer (endocarp) surrounding the large seed. The actual seed ...
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Nut Photos
... These "false nuts" are really the seed-bearing, hard, inner layer (endocarp) of a fruit called a drupe. In dry drupes the outer layer or husk sometimes splits open or withers. This outer ... dry drupe composed of a thin outer layer (exocarp), a thick, fibrous middle layer (mesocarp), and a hard inner layer (endocarp) surrounding a large seed. The endocarp (upper left) contains germination pores at one ...
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Inflorescence Terminology (Part 2)
... . Following pollination and fertilization the ovaries develop into minute one-seeded drupelets with a hard inner layer (endocarp) surrounding the seed. The seed-bearing drupelets produce the superior nutty flavor and crunch. Without ...
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Exam #3 Hints
... The wall of the endocarp (C) is a hard, woody layer that makes up the inner part of the fruit wall. The thick, fibrous husk (mesocarp) that surrounds the endocarp has been removed. Sprouting fruit of a coconut Cocos nucifera. The hard inner layer (endocarp ...
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