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Fruit Terminology (Part 2)
... 115 Terminology Fruit Terminology Part 2 Fruit Terminology 1 Fruit Terminology 3 Fruit Terminology 4 Major Fruit Types C. Indehiscent Dry Fruits (Do Not Split Open At Maturity) 1. Achene: Small, one-seeded fruit; ... Of Grasses (2) Bamboo: Remarkable Giant Grass 4. Samara: One-seeded, winged achene. The samara is a peculiar one-seeded fruit similar to an achene except the pericarp wall extends ...
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Fruit Identification Outline
... small, one-seeded fruit, usually produced in clusters. At maturity the pericarp is dry and free from the internal seed, except at the placental attachment. This is the typical fruit of the ... More Schizocarps: Filaree & Cheeseweed See The Ubiquitous & Painful Puncture Vine e. Samara: Small, winged, one-seeded fruit, usually produced in clusters on trees. E.g. Maple (Acer): a double samara, ash ( ...
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... heaps or in compact clusters. ACHENE: This is a small, dry, hard, one-celled, one-seeded fruit that stays closed at maturity. ACICULAR: Needle-shaped. ACIDIFY: To lower the soil's pH ...
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16.ps
... , as in many epiphytic orchids. The variously thickened portions of an Orchid stem. PSEUDOCARP: A fruit, such as an apple or strawberry, which consists largely of tissue other than the ripened ... side of the upper stem of a columnar cactus, such as Cephalium. PSEUDOSPERMIUM: Any one-seeded fruit that is whole at maturity, as in the sunflower. Return to the HOME PAGE.
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Baobab Tree
... dried out leaves fights anemia, rachitis, dysentery, asthma, and rheumatism. * The fruit's pulp can fight dysentery, small pox, and measles. * ... soap and fertilizers. * The tree's large, gourd-like, woody fruit (called monkey's bread) contains a sweet, white pulp, which may ... Therefore instead, they just hack my hard shell, and mix my seeded fruit with water in a bowl. Then they add sugar to sweeten ...
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Coffee
... insect pollinated. Fruit An epigynous berry. Coffee fruit are often called "cherries" and erroneously considered to be drupes. Fruit are ˝ - 3/4 ... fruit, with flat sides facing each other; seeds occupy the bulk of the fruit volume. Single-seeded fruit occur, and are called peaberries. Fruit ... still in the fruit, which is why under- and over-ripe fruit can be accommodated. Harvested fruit are sun-dried ...
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Angiosperm Families - Aextoxicaceae Engl. and Gilg
... flowers without staminodes. Gynoecium of male flowers pistillodial, or vestigial. Inflorescence, floral, fruit and seed morphology. Flowers aggregated in ‘inflorescences’; in racemes. The ... Outer integument not contributing to the micropyle. Fruit non-fleshy (small); indehiscent; a drupe. The drupes with one stone (one-seeded). Fruit 1 seeded. Seeds endospermic. Endosperm ruminate. Cotyledons ...
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COMMON FRUIT NAMES -- A-C
... insignis Guttiferae Banana Musa Musaceae Banana Passion Fruit Passiflora antioquiensis Passifloraceae Banana Passion Fruit Passiflora mollissima Passifloraceae Barbados Cherry Malpighia ... (communis) Moraceae Breadfruit Pandanus odoratissimus Pandanaceae Breadnut (seeded Breadfruit) Artocarpus altilis (camansi) Moraceae Breadnut (seeded Breadfruit) Brosimum alicastrum Moraceae Breadroot Psoralea ...
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CRFG Fruit List
... Fruit List Fruit Facts Plant/Tree Descriptions List 1969-1989 Publications Seed Bank Fruit Specialists (Q & A) CRFG Member Nurseries and Fruit Sources Tidbits ... female plant will bear a small amount of fruit. Sweeter than the bignay, the fruit are large and black. Grows well in ... temperatures below 40°F kill it. Fruit is green, round, to 8" and generally seedless. A seeded form is common in the ...
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The Gardener's Network - Fruit : Growing Grape Vines
... being the most common. There is also blue, black, and and red grapes. There are seeded and seedless varieties. From a quality perspective, grapes are classified as wine, table or raisins ... variety of pests out of their grapes. | Home | A to Z's of Growing | Flowers | Fruit | Bulbs | Vegetables | Lawncare | Pumpkins | Houseplants | | Shopping | Herbs | Organic | Fun and Games | 4 the Birds | Advertise ...
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