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Malpighiaceae This tropical family includes some genera with drupes, but many with winged fruits, usually schizocarpic.
Jambolan, jamun, jambaba Epicarp and mesocarp of drupe edible
Fruit a dry or fleshy drupe with 2 to many pyrenes; seeds with [+ or -] isodiametric testa cells; embryo with 2 cotyledons.
The second group contained the "Alstonieae" (= "Plumerieae" sensu Leeuwenberg, 1994) (fruit a pair of dehiscent follicles with dry pericarp and usually winged seeds), "Rauvolfieae" (= "Alyxieae" sensu Leeuwenberg, 1994) (fruit an indehiscent drupe with a stony endocarp), and the "Allamandeae" (fruit a spiny unilocular capsule).
Fruits usually a capsule or follicle, occasionally a berry, drupe or rarely a schizocarp.
It is produced from unripe drupes of the pepper plant.
Objective : Be providing a fund to the Lebanese Government, the project aims to support the national programme for the improvement of the quality of olive oil in Lebanon by adopting actions against the diffusion of drupes (fruit trees) Phytoplasma, a disease widely spread and which threatens the cultivation of almonds in various Lebanese regions.
We scooted backwards under the overhanging red drupes and pulled the grasses up and around us to break up our outlines.
Faqiri said in the past, people would collect drupes off trees at an improper time.
discovered centuries later off the coast of Rhodes, Greece, was filled with containers of sumac drupes that were being shipped to market.
americanus are drupes containing an indurate endocarp (Green 1958), and vascular strands within the pericarp are located in the outer portions of the endocarp adjacent to the mesocarp (Figures 6 and 7), a location identical to that of Olea europaea L.