epicarp

Epicarp - What does it mean?

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Mesocarp vs Epicarp - What's the difference?

mesocarp | epicarp |


In botany|lang=en terms the difference between mesocarp and epicarp

is that mesocarp is (botany) the middle layer of the pericarp of a fruit in many fruits such as drupes and tomatoes, the mesocarp is fleshy while epicarp is (botany) exocarp.

As nouns the difference between mesocarp and epicarp

is that mesocarp is (botany) the middle layer of the pericarp of a fruit in many fruits such as drupes and tomatoes, the mesocarp is fleshy while epicarp is (botany) exocarp.

Epicarp vs Endocarp - What's the difference?

epicarp | endocarp |


In botany|lang=en terms the difference between epicarp and endocarp

is that epicarp is (botany) exocarp while endocarp is (botany) the woody inner layer of the pericarp of some fruits that contains the seed.

As nouns the difference between epicarp and endocarp

is that epicarp is (botany) exocarp while endocarp is (botany) the woody inner layer of the pericarp of some fruits that contains the seed.

Pericarp vs Epicarp - What's the difference?

pericarp | epicarp |


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

is that pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary while epicarp is (botany) exocarp.

As nouns the difference between pericarp and epicarp

is that pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary while epicarp is (botany) exocarp.

Epicarp vs Exocarp - What's the difference?

epicarp | exocarp |


As nouns the difference between epicarp and exocarp

is that epicarp is (botany) exocarp while exocarp is (biology) the outermost layer of the pericarp of fruits; the skin or epicarp.