Difference between revisions of "Drupe"

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A comparison of fleshy fruits.<br>
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Source: http://hvp.osu.edu/hcs300/glossary/flower.htm#Fleshy<br><br>
 
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Peaches are examples of drupe fruits.<br>  
 
Peaches are examples of drupe fruits.<br>  
 
Source: http://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/D/drupe.html<br><br>
 
Source: http://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/D/drupe.html<br><br>

Latest revision as of 13:24, 5 October 2017


1. A fleshy fruit whose seed is enclosed in a stony structure.
2. Fleshy usually with one or few seeds enclosed in hardened inner wall of ovary (peach).

cd0238-27.jpeg

cd0238-03.jpeg

Fleshy.gif

A comparison of fleshy fruits.
Source: http://hvp.osu.edu/hcs300/glossary/flower.htm#Fleshy

peach_diagram.jpg

Peaches are examples of drupe fruits.
Source: http://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/D/drupe.html