Mean values and standard deviation of morpho-agronomic and biochemical descriptors are reported in Table 1 where cv Maiatica drupes
and endocarps were higher in weight than average.
Black pepper is produced from the still-green unripe drupes
of the pepper plant.
It was determined individually the size and weight of the drupes
and their respective endocarps and seeds.
Table 18-2 Temperate Fruit Trees Group Common name Scientific name Pome fruits Apple Malus domestica Pear Pyrus communis Drupe
or stone fruits Peach Prunus persica Nectarine Prunus persica Plum Prunus spp.
When the endocarp of a fleshy fruit is hard, or stony, the fruit is classified as a drupe
Stone or drupe
fruits are classified together because of their single, hard, bony seeds inside the soft fleshy fruit.
2) As frequently and loosely used, a drupe
with relatively thin fleshy exocarp and a large stone (pyrene), or the pyrene itself, as the walnut (Juglans) and hickory nut (Carya).
Glassman is a heliophilous species, selective hygrophilous and pioneer and has reaches 10-20 meters in height, and stipe with 20-30 cm in diameter and drupe
type globular and oval-shape fruits with yellowish-orange pulp when ripe, fleshy and sweet (REIS, 2006; Genini et al.
The fruit is a fleshy, oil-rich, pear-shaped drupe
(PRVCAB 1994, Vargas 2002).
One seeded ovoid drupe
, exocarp and mesocarp fused and indistinguishable one from another; three external longitudinal grooves delimiting three valves, endocarp thin, not sculptured; apical stigmatic remains; one locule, seed deltoid; endosperm homogeneous and ruminate; apical germination pore and basal hilum.
HP had a major presence at drupe
, with its Indigo systems front and center.
The fruit is a drupe
with I-4 seeds, weighing 160g (fresh weigh) and with a volume of 315 cm (3) (Araujo 1995; Leite et al.