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Definition of Pyrena

Pyrena
Pyrena Py*re"na, n.; pl. Pyren[ae]. [NL., fr. Gr. ?, the stone of fruit.] (Bot.) A nutlet resembling a seed, or the kernel of a drupe. --Gray.

Meaning of Pyrena from wikipedia

- A pyrena or pyrene (commonly called a "pit" or "stone") is the fruitstone within a drupe or drupelet produced by the ossification of the endocarp or lining...
- the fruit endocarp, which forms a hard s**** around the seed called the pyrena (stone or pit). The kernel contains amygdalin, a poisonous compound, in...
- diagram Floral formula Floral symmetry Whorl Fruit Anatomy Berry Capsule Nut Pyrena Seed Dispersal Endosperm Gametophyte Gynandrium Gynoecium Ovary Locule Ovule...
- diagram Floral formula Floral symmetry Whorl Fruit Anatomy Berry Capsule Nut Pyrena Seed Dispersal Endosperm Gametophyte Gynandrium Gynoecium Ovary Locule Ovule...
- chemical ferrous gluconate to improve the appearance. Olea europaea contains a pyrena commonly referred to in American English as a "pit", and in British English...
- A nutlet is a small nut. Nutlet may also refer to: Pyrena or nutlet, a seed covered by a stony layer Nutlet or Oreshek, another name for Shlisselburg Fortress...
- edible while the endocarp itself forms a hard, inedible s**** called the pyrena ("stone" or "pit"). This s**** encloses the seed (or "kernel") which is...
- (medicine), a stone formed in the body, such as kidney stones or gallstones Pyrena, the hard seed-bearing kernel inside drupe fruits such as peaches and olives...
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- release seeds; (e.g. hazelnuts) Drupes: seed contained within a pit (stone or pyrena) that itself is surrounded by a fleshy fruit (e.g. almonds, walnuts); Gymnosperm...