carnose


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carnose

(kăr′nōs)
Having the consistency of or resembling flesh.
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The name is derived from the greek pachys = thick and phylla = leafed, referring to the thick and carnose leaves of this species.
Ha carnose le braccia, la testa di fanciulla e sembra nascondere l'esser suo, la sua natura donnesca.
For example, until Lu (1985) examined seed development in Eriospermum, its perisperm was recorded as a carnose (fleshy) endosperm.