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drupe

a type of succulent, fleshy fruit produced by some plants in which the seed is enclosed in a hard, woody ‘stone’. The fruit is formed from the swollen tissue of the PERICARP. Examples include peach, plum, cherry, olive, apricot.
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The drupe is smooth with thick oily flesh and a very large seed.
About 72 per cent of the commercial printers in the drupe panel offer VDP and 56 per cent reported modest or fast growth, albeit from a low base.
It also produces an upright drupe of burgundy-red berries that are attractive to birds and other forms of wildlife.
Within, I'm quandary, a drupe stapled by bees, a sink full of mastic plates.
The fruit - which is a drupe - encloses an elongated seed (a nut in culinary terms, but not a true nut in the botanical sense) with a hard, skeleton-coloured-shell and an eye-catching kernel, whose skin is washed-over in a reddish-mauve, beneath which is the pale-lime-green flesh of the kernel with a unique essence.
The coconut is not a nut at all, but a drupe, a category of fruit.
Olives yield fruit known as drupe, meaning it has a pit.
drupe, the free Android contacts overlay that makes getting in touch on your smartphone intuitive and easy, is announcing today that it has added a smart dialer to the app - making drupe the first cross-app dialer.
The Brazilian peppertree drupe feeder Megastigmus transvaalensis (Hymenoptera: Torymidae): Florida distribution and impact.
Drupe fruits are formed of red exocarp, edible fleshy mesocarp, and stony endocarp with 1-2 seeds.
Kocher + Beck introduced its new UR Precision and presented the new ROTACAT, a rotation changer for window foils, for the first time at drupe.