Pericarp vs Angiospermous - What's the difference?

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In botany|lang=en terms the difference between pericarp and angiospermous

is that pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary while angiospermous is (botany) having seeds enclosed in a pod or other pericarp.

As a noun pericarp

is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary.

As an adjective angiospermous is

(botany) having seeds enclosed in a pod or other pericarp.

pericarp

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (botany) The outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary.
  • (rare, figurative) The outer layer of any thing.
  • * 1974 , (Guy Davenport), Tatlin! :
  • He learned, afternoon after afternoon, how to edge her into delicious frenzies, how to tremble the clitoris, pericarp , and tip.

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    angiospermous

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    Adjective

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  • (botany) Having seeds enclosed in a pod or other pericarp.