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In the medlar the core (or true pericarp) is of a stony hardness, while the outer succulent covering is open at the summit.
Dehiscent—the pericarp splits to allow the escape of the seeds—generally many-seeded.
Pericarp generally differentiated into distinct layers, one of which is succulent or fibrous.
In an orthotropal seed attached to the base of the pericarp it is superior, as also in a suspended anatropal seed.
Pericarp woody, dehiscent at the tip by 2–4 valves; contains 1–4 seeds, slightly orbiculate, coriaceous.
A tincture of the pericarp has been made (1 part to 10 of alcohol) and given internally as a vermifuge in doses of 2–10 drops.
In addition to the oil called cardol, the pericarp contains an especial acid anacardic, a little tannin and ammonia.
A grain, as of grasses; a seed-like fruit with a thin pericarp adnate to the contained seed.
A fleshy or pulpy fruit with the inner portion of the pericarp (1-celled and 1-seeded, or sometimes several-celled) hard or stony.
This bush is ten or twelve feet in height, and its seeds grow in a burr-like pericarp.

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