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Encyclopedia > Mesocarp

Mesocarp is the middle part of a simple fruit. Fruit stall in Barcelona, Spain. ...

For example in apple or peach it’s what is commonly known as the pulp. Species Malus domestica Malus sieversii The apple is the pomaceous fruit of plants of the genus Malus in the family Rosaceae, and is one of the most widely cultivated tree fruits. ... This article is about the fruit; For alternate uses, see Peach (disambiguation). ...

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Mangoes from Mux - ..: Hamara Multan :.. (4233 words)
The mango fruit is a large, fleshy drupe, containing an edible mesocarp of varying thickness.
The mesocarp can be fibrous or fiber-free with flavor ranging from turpentine to sweet.
The seed is used for extraction of the starch 'amchur', and the peels have been used as a source of anacardic acid.
CNRS - Laboratoire d'Enzymologie Interfaciale et de Physiologie de la Lypolise - Marseille (267 words)
The mesocarp of mature oil palm fruit undergoes intensive triglycerides hydrolysis upon abscission and bruising.
Using these fractions, we have determined the optimal conditions for assaying mesocarp lipase activity.
The specific activity of the lipase measured in optimal conditions was found to be 33 ┬Ámol fatty acids released min-1 mg-1 protein.
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