Mesocarp meaning

mĕz'ə-kärp', mĕs'-
The middle, often fleshy layer of the pericarp, such as the yellow flesh of the peach.
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(botany) The middle layer of the pericarp of a fruit. In many fruits such as drupes and tomatoes, the mesocarp is fleshy.
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The middle, usually fleshy layer of a fruit wall.
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The middle layer of the wall of a ripened ovary or fruit.
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Origin of mesocarp

  • meso- + Ancient Greek καρπός (karpos, “fruit").
    From Wiktionary