OTHER WORDS FROM syncarpoussyn·car·py [sin-kahr-pee], /ˈsɪn kɑr pi/, noun
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The name capsule is applied generally to all dry syncarpous fruits, which dehisce by valves.
In the baobab there is a multilocular syncarpous fruit, in which the seeds are immersed in pulp.
The pepo, another indehiscent syncarpous fruit, is illustrated by the fruit of the gourd, melon (fig. 31) and other Cucurbitaceae.
Syncarpous (fruit or pistil), composed of several carpels consolidated into one.The Elements of Botany|Asa Gray