10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CREMOCARP»
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Cremocarp laterally compressed, or contracted and subdidymous, crowned with
the depressed base of the reflexed styles. Mericarps with 5 equal, filiform, rather
obtuse ridges. Interstices with many vitta,. Universal involucre various, partial of ...
William Allport Leighton, 1841
Histopathology of Seed-Borne Infections
FIGURE 3.9 Structure of cremocarp in Apiaceae. A to D, Coriandrum sativum. A,
B, Entire and splitted cremocarp showing parts. C, D, Ts and Ls cremocarp
respectively. E, F, Foenic- ulum vulgare. E, Ls part of immature mericarp wall with
Dalbir Singh, S. B. Mathur, 2004
... Rice Gramineae Caryopsis Endosperm & embryo Coriandmm sativum
Coriander Umbelliferae Cremocarp Entire fruit Cuminum cyminum Cumin
Umbelliferae Cremocarp Entire fruit Foeniculum vulgare Fennel Umbelliferae
Class Book of Botany: Being an Introduction to the Study of ...
148), two achamia, invested by the tube of the calyx, are united by their faces, so
as to form a compound fruit called a cremocarp, with a division or commissure
between them (Figs. 840 and 841). This fruit, when ripe, shows its composition by
John Hutton Balfour, 1852
A Key to Henslow's Botanical Charts
J. fl., inflorescence of cow-parsnip (Herac- leum spondylium), compound umbel.
L. l., leaf; L. p., dilated petiole. Fig. 32. Fr., fruit, a cremocarp. Fig. 33. (Fl., section
of flower magnified; o., inferior ovary; o. ft, cell of ovary; oo., ovule; sty., short style;
John Stevens Henslow, Eliza Ann Youmans, 1873
The principles of botany: as exemplified in the phanerogamia
The student may however easily satisfy himself that such is not the case, and
ascertain that they are pericarps or seed vessels by cutting across them, when he
will discover the true seed in their interior. The Cremocarp. — This fruit is
Familiar lectures on botany: practical, elementary, and ...
These carpels are formed by the adhering valves of the pericarp, which in the
maturity of the fruit separates, and the carpels appear like so many little nuts ; as
in the seed of the nastur- tion, which easily falls into parts. Cremocarp, (from
Mrs. Lincoln Phelps, 1850
Illicium, Pimpinella and Foeniculum
British Pharmacopoeia (2000), European Pharmacopoeia (2002), and Real
Farmacopea Española (2002) specify that aniseed consists of the whole dry
cremocarp of P. anisum L. It contains not less than 20 mL/kg essential oil and has
an odor ...
Familiar Lectures on Botany, Practical, Elementary and ...
Cremocarp, (from kremao, to suspend, and karpos, fruit;) this kind of fruit derives
its origin from an ovary surmounted with two styles, and often crowned by the
limb of the calyx. It has two cells, and two seeds. It divides itself into two seeds, ...
Mrs. Lincoln Phelps, 1836
Study Of Structural Morphological And Physiological Botany
HESPEKIDIUM. — CREMOCARP. 297 FIG. 505. Fiy. .ri05. Transverse section of
the fruit of the Oranpe (Citi-u*- A u ni til i inn), p. Epicarp. t. Miwociirp. d. Endociirp.
>, a. Soul*. rind, formed of the epicarp and mesocarp combined together (fig.