What does angiocarpous mean?

angiocarpous meaning in General Dictionary

Having good fresh fruit inclosed within a covering that doesn't form an integral part of it self because the filbert included in its husk or the acorn seated in its cupule

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  • having or being fresh fruit enclosed in a shell or husk
  • Having fresh fruit inclosed within a covering that doesn't kind an integral part of itself; as, the filbert covered by its husk, or even the acorn seated with its cupule.
  • getting the seeds or spores covered, as in particular lichens.

angiocarpous meaning in General Dictionary

(a.) Having good fresh fruit inclosed within a covering that will not develop a part of it self; since, the filbert included in its husk, or the acorn seated with its cupule.

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  • (a.) Obtaining the seeds or spores covered, as with particular lichens.