Endocarp

En'do·carp noun [ Endo- + Greek ... fruit: confer French endocarpe .] (Botany) The inner layer of a ripened or fructified ovary.
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endocarp

The innermost layer of the wall of a fruit, in a drupe, the stony layer surrounding the seed. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Endocarp

• (n.) The inner layer of a ripened or fructified ovary.
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endocarp

(from the article `angiosperm`) ...form, texture, and structure of fruits are varied (notably in simple fruits), but most fall within a few categories. The fruit wall, or pericarp, ...
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Endocarp

the inner layer of the pericarp, which is the wall of the ripened ovary or fruit (compare mesocarp, exocarp)
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endocarp

the innermost layer of the wall of a fruit; in a drupe, the stony layer surrounding the seed.
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endocarp

the innermost layer of the fruit wall, derived from the innermost layer of the carpel wall. cf. exocarp, mesocarp, pericarp
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Endocarp

The inner layer or part of a pericarp.
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Endocarp

the inner layer of the pericarp, which is the wall of the ripened ovary or fruit (compare mesocarp, exocarp)
Found on http://www.calflora.net/botanicalnames/botanicalterms.html
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