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. Botany for academies and colleges: consisting of plant development and structure from seaweed to clematis. Botany; 1889. 144 ACADEMIC BOTANT.. which becomes 1-celled and 1-seeded at maturity. In the Maple (Fig. 205) each fruit has two samarse united at base. In the Ash there is but one to each flower; its long wing gives it the name languette (little tongue, T"r.). In the Ailanthus and the Elm the samara is winged all around. 349. The Utricle, an akaine with an inflated pericarp, as in the Pigweed. 350. The Brazil-nut (Fig. 201) is usually classed as a nut; but it is many-seeded and has

. Botany for academies and colleges: consisting of plant development and structure from seaweed to clematis. Botany; 1889. 144 ACADEMIC BOTANT.. which becomes 1-celled and 1-seeded at maturity. In the Maple (Fig. 205) each fruit has two samarse united at base. In the Ash there is but one to each flower; its long wing gives it the name languette (little tongue, T"r.). In the Ailanthus and the Elm the samara is winged all around. 349. The Utricle, an akaine with an inflated pericarp, as in the Pigweed. 350. The Brazil-nut (Fig. 201) is usually classed as a nut; but it is many-seeded and has Stock Photo
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. Botany for academies and colleges: consisting of plant development and structure from seaweed to clematis. Botany; 1889. 144 ACADEMIC BOTANT.. which becomes 1-celled and 1-seeded at maturity. In the Maple (Fig. 205) each fruit has two samarse united at base. In the Ash there is but one to each flower; its long wing gives it the name languette (little tongue, T"r.). In the Ailanthus and the Elm the samara is winged all around. 349. The Utricle, an akaine with an inflated pericarp, as in the Pigweed. 350. The Brazil-nut (Fig. 201) is usually classed as a nut; but it is many-seeded and has a large pore at top. Fio. 207.—Trans, sec. Grc^tari^)!^ '**" ^^^- I'rupes.—The drupe (Gr. druppa, an over-ripe olive) is a fruit with an outer pericarp (called Epioarp, or Exooarp) and an inner peri- carp, or stone (called Endocarp, or Putamen). It may be monocar- pous (Peach) or syncarpous (Olive); free, as in these, or with adherent calyx, as in the Walnut. It usually becomes 1-celled and 1- seeded at ma- turity. When the epicarp is ^^^ 2„9._c,,ved oaia Fig. 208.—Vert. sec. of Pome- flcshy, aS m the bashes (fruit of OrescaUia grs.Da.t6 {Punica granalmn). T^pao ^l^'ip' ^^^'^' 206), it is called Sarcocarp (Gr. sarx, flesh). The Cocoa- nut is a drupe with a fibrous epicarp. 352. Berries. — The Berry is an indehis- cent fleshy fruit (rarely dehiscent, rarely dry) from an ovary usually with parietal placenta- tion, and containing one or many ligneous or bony seeds; as in the Gooseberry (Fig. Fia. 210.—Quince {Oydmia vulgaris); fr. whole 207), which is from an and in vert. sec. adherent ovary, and. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Ketchum, Annie Chambers, 1824-1904. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott company

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