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WHAT DOES PSEUDOCARP MEAN IN ENGLISH?
An accessory fruit is a fruit in which some of the flesh is derived not from the ovary but from some adjacent tissue exterior to the carpel. Examples of accessory tissue are the receptacle of the strawberry, pineapple, common fig, or mulberry, and the calyx of Gaultheria procumbens or Syzygium jambos. Pomes, such as apples and pears, are also accessory fruits, with much of the fruit flesh derived from a hypanthium. Fruit with fleshy seeds, such as pomegranate or mamoncillo, are not considered to be accessory fruit. The terms false fruit, spurious fruit, and pseudocarp are older terms for accessory fruit that have been criticized as "inapt", and are not used by botanists today.
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PSEUDOCARP»
Discover the use of pseudocarp in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to pseudocarp and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
The Journal of Botany, British and Foreign
When a fruit-like structure is thus produced by changes outside the gyncecium of
one flower, a pseudocarp is formed. As examples we may therefore take the so-
called polygynwcial fruits, which by our definition must be excluded from true ...
Flora of Russia -
Pseudocarp spherical; corolla tube gradually expanding toward limb; anthers not
exserted from corolla. Leaves elliptical to obovate, yellowish-green, initially more
or less densely pubescent on both sides from appressed, along veins erect, ...
Andreĭ Aleksandrovich Fedorov, 2000
IB) borne on a fleshy, brightly colored pseudocarp popularly known as the apple.
The pseudocarp is formed from the stalk due to the enlargement of the ground
parenchyma and development of tanniferous cells (Hariharan et al. 1987).
Y. P. S. Bajaj, 1996
A Text-Book of Botany: Morphological and Physiological
The apple is also in the same sense a pseudocarp; and the mulberry results from
a whole spike of flowers, the perianth-leaves of each separate flower swelling
and becoming fleshy and enclosing the small dry fruit. In the fig the hollowed-out
Julius Sachs, Alfred W. Bennett, W. T. Thiselton Dyer, 2011
Aquatic and Wetland Plants of Southeastern United States: ...
Stamens numerous on the edge of the receptacle, with stout filaments; inner
stamens reduced to staminodia. Carpels numerous, distinct, inserted on the base
or sides of the interior of the cup. Fruit an indehiscent pseudocarp resulting from
Robert K. Godfrey, Jean W. Wooten, 2011
Competition Science Vision
(A) Dendrophthoe (B) Orobanche (C) Cuscuta (D) None of these 33. In
waterchestnut, the thorns are modification of — (A) Leaflet (B) Corolla (C) Leaf (D
) Calyx 34. An example of pseudocarp is — (A) Pineapple (B) Banana (C) Mango
Anacardium spp develop pseudocarp carrying real fruit (eucarp = nut) at the
anterior end. During the development of cashew apple (pseudocarp) and nut,
one to three leaves in basipetal direction from the inflorescence revealed
changes such ...
Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences
Discussion The developmental anatomy of the pseudocarp of Anacardium
occidentale is interesting in several ways, especially the increase in the size of
the pedicel, in the development of resin duct and changes in the tannin contents
Journal of Plantation Crops
VARIATION IN CONCENTRATION AND COMPOSITION OF FREE AMINO ACIDS
IN NORMAL AND FLAG LEAF DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF
PSEUDOCARP AND EUCARP IN ANACARDWM OCCIDENTALS L. K.K.
SHERLIJA* and K.
False fruits : Sometimes it so happens that apart from the ovary and the other
floral parts like thalamus, receptacle or calyx grow and form the part of the fruit
and such a fruit is known as false fruit or pseudocarp. Following are the few
Mr. S. B. Gokhale, Dr. C. K. Kokate, Dr. D. S. Bidarkar, 2008
« EDUCALINGO. Pseudocarp [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/pseudocarp>. Jun 2020 ».