Pseudocarp

• (n.) That portion of an anthocarpous fruit which is not derived from the ovary, as the soft part of a strawberry or of a fig.
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Pseudocarp

Pseu'do·carp noun [ Pseudo- + Greek ... fruit.] (Botany) That portion of an anthocarpous fruit which is not derived from the ovary, as the soft part of a strawberry or of a fig.
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pseudocarp

a false fruit, largely made up of a fleshy receptacle
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pseudocarp

An aggregation of achenes embedded in a fleshy receptacle, as in Fragaria
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pseudocarp

Fruitlike structure that incorporates tissue that is not derived from the ovary wall. The additional tissues may be derived from floral parts such as the receptacle and calyx. For example, the coloured, fleshy part of a strawberry develops from the receptacle and the true fruits are small achenes – the `pips` embedded in its outer su...
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