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... in southern California. Right: Dried fruits (drupes) of the queen palm with the outer green skin (exocarp) removed. The fruits resemble miniature coconuts, particularly the fibrous husk (mesocarp) in inner woody endocarp ...
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Botanical Record-Breakers (Cont.)
... brown. Technically, the fruit is known as a dry drupe because of the distinct out skin (exocarp), the thick fibrous husk (mesocarp), and the hard endocarp surrounding the seed. E. View inside ...
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Avocado
... relatively small fruits, 75-300 grams in weight, a thin, smooth black skin, and a loose seed. This type has the highest oil content ( ... highland avocado, 500-600 grams in weight, has a thick, warty skin, a large, tight seed, and moderately high oil content. The West ... tapwater before wrapping in a plastic bag. The peel or rind (exocarp) consists of an epidermis with a cuticle, but in the warty ...
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Citrus
... oblong fruit up to eight inches long, which has a knobby skin and a persistent style-stigma. The Jews were introduced to this ... of the fruit shows the regions we are interested in. The exocarp is the colored outer coat, the flavedo, which hides the white mesocarp, the albedo. In the exocarp and outermost mesocarp are located oil glands, which are located beneath ...
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Forestry Glossary: E is for ... ecology, exogen, and extinct
... continues to the top of the tree from which smaller, lateral branches arise. Example: conifers. exocarp (n.) The outermost layer of a pericarp; also called the epicarp. exogen (n.) A dicotyledonous ... bark. Compare with an endogen. exfoliating (adj.) Peeling off in thin layers, like an onion skin. exotic (adj.) A plant that does not grow naturally in your area (or region, state ...
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The Mongongo Nut, Ricinodendron rautanenii
... fine small hairs on its thin but tough outer skin; under the skin is a narrow spongy layer, at first green, ... found germination could generally be started by removing the hard exocarp and treating the seeds with either ethylene or ethephon. Germination ... germinated within one or two weeks when the hard outer exocarp was removed. Other Ricinodendron species Ricinodendron heudelotii ssp.africanum ...
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Peaches
... endocarp (pit) surrounds a single, large, ovate seed. The flesh is the mesocarp, the skin the exocarp. Trees are very precocious, producing some fruit in the 2nd year after planting. Peaches require ... chilling requirements of 600-900 hrs. Peaches do not require cool nights to develop red skin color like apples; red color is more a function of cultivar and light exposure. Peaches ...
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... the exocarp (outermost), mesocarp (middle), and endocarp (innermost) (Figure 1.8). These layers may develop into distinct parts of the fruit. Generally, the exocarp becomes the fruit peel or skin, the ... from one ovary 5. Fruit (mostly) fleshy at maturity 6. Fruit with a thin skin, homogenous texture throughout (except seeds) ................. Berry (Grape) 6. Fruit with heterogenous texture 7. Outer ...
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