These plants share the woody habit of most Araliaceae, and Delarbrea also has the drupaceous fruits characteristic of that family, but with thin endocarps
lotus seeds when endocarps
of fruits artificially were broken.
Prior to processing, specimens were abraded or cut to expose the mesocarp, and sometimes the endocarps
Larvicidal action of ethanolic extracts from fruit endocarps
of Melia azedarach and Azadirachta indica against the dengue mosquito Aedes aegypti.
The material identified was mostly plant macro fossils (seeds, catkin scales, endocarps
Since nectars and fruit juices cannot readily be observed by microscopic examination--as pollen grains can--these liquids have not, until Showler's discoveries about boll weevil feeding on fruit endocarps
(flesh), been regarded as boll weevil food sources.
PLACIDL tp = placidly PLACIDYL ta3 = deiphically, edaphically VALIUM tp = maulvi VALIUM ta2 = alluvium, impluvia, misvalue, velarium PERCODAN tp = endocarp
PERCODAN ta1 = cardphone, endocarps
, phonecard DEMEROL tp = modeler, remodel DEMEROL ta1 = modelers, rebeldom, remolade, remodels DILAUDID ta6 = individualized LIDOCAINE ta1 = decisional HYCODAN ta2 = diachylon
of the toxic fruit Pangium edule were found in the lowest levels; some were said to be charred, but a clear anthropogenic origin has not been demonstrated (Majid cited in Jones 1989: 751) At Kota Tampan in Perak, Malaya, dates in excess of 30,000 b.
Comments: Cocoseae fruits are more commonly preserved as endocarps
and can often be easily identified due to the 3 pores and occasional ridges in the endocarp
Seed internal membrane of cucumber, aspic seed pericarps and coffee seed endocarps
are limit to penetration of oxygen.
in Sri Lanka dating to 12,500-10,000 b.
The dehusked endocarps
containing the seed are bought from village communities at 0.