Hesperidium

A hesperidium (plural hesperidia) is a modified berry with a tough, leathery rind. The peel contains volatile oil glands in pits. The fleshy interior is composed of separate sections, called carpels, filled with fluid-filled vesicles that are actually specialized hair cells. The outer ovary wall becomes the thick spongy layer of the rind, while th...
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hesperidium

(from the article `Sapindales`) ...torchwood), berries (Triphasia, limeberry), samaras (hop tree), and schizocarps (Helietta, barreta). The fruit of Citrus is a modified berry with ... ...aggregate fruits—fruits that consist of a number of smaller fruits. The date is a one-seeded berry whose stone is hard nutritive tissue. The ... ...
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Hesperidium

• (n.) A large berry with a thick rind, as a lemon or an orange.
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Hesperidium

Hes`pe·rid'i·um noun [ New Latin So called in allusion to the golden apples of the Hesperides. See Hesperides .] (Botany) A large berry with a thick rind, as a lemon or an orange.
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Hesperidium

A partitioned berry with a leathery, removable rind, e.g. orange.
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hesperidium

A thick-skinned septate berry with the bulk of the fruit derived from glandular hairs, as in Citrus
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hesperidium

hesperidium (s), hesperidia (pl) A berry having a thickened leathery rind and juicy pulp divided into segments, as an orange or other citrus fruit.
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Hesperidium

The fruit of the orange-kind.
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