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At intervals along the surface of the epicarp are stomata, or breathing pores, surrounded by guard cells.
The cells of the epicarp are broad and polygonal, sometimes regularly four-sided, about 15–35 µ broad.
Mooden Sheriff ascribes its emetic properties to the pulp alone, the epicarp and seeds being inactive according to his authority.The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines|T. H. Pardo de Tavera
Fruit with a fibrous-fleshy indehiscent epicarp, and a mostly rough irregularly furrowed endocarp or nut-shell.
Fruit a little seed-like nutlet, enclosed in a loose and separable membranous epicarp.