“MESOCARP” на російській мові



In part, the large mesocarp of ripe fruits can be viewed as a necessary cost to the plant to facilitate caching behavior by the rodent.

In peach fruit, cell numbers in the mesocarp and endocarp appear to be fixed several weeks after full bloom, and subsequent growth of the fruit is exclusively supported by cell enlargement and formation of intercellular spaces.

Changes of cell number and cell length of the mesocarp along the equatorial region during fruit development in three Japanese pear cultivars.

Primates generally consume fruits described as fleshy-that is, fruits with an obvious edible mesocarp and usually notable sugar and water.

Differences in fruit size between peach cultivars have been shown to be due to differences in mesocarp cell count that are determined early in the growth of the ovary.