Geocarpy

Geocarpy is `an extremely rare means of plant reproduction`, in which plants produce diaspores within the soil. This may occur with subterranean flowers (protogeocarpy), or from aerial flowers, which penetrate the soil after flowering (hysterocarpy). It has evolved as an effective means of ensuring a suitable environment for the plant`s offspri......
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geocarpy

(from the article `seed and fruit`) ...of an already occupied, favourable site. This aim is often achieved by synaptospermy, the sticking together of several diaspores, which makes them ...
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Geocarpy

Geocarpy is the Botanical term for the ripening of fruits below ground, as occurs in the peanut.
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geocarpy

geocarpy The production, or ripening, of fruits underground.
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geocarpy

the production or ripening of fruit underground
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