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Literary usage of Tryma
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum: Or, The Trees and Shrubs of Britain by John Claudius Loudon (1838)
"Fruit a drupe (a tryma, Watson). Covering of the nut, a fleshy husk of one piece, that bursts irregularly. Nut woody, of 2 valves. Seed 1, erect, lobed, ..."
2. Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum: Or, The Trees and Shrubs of Britain by John Claudius Loudon (1854)
"Fruit a drupe (a tryma, Walton). Husk fleshy, separating into 4 equal valves, or dividing into 4 equal portions in the upper part. ..."
3. The American Botanist and Florist: Including Lessons in the Structure, Life by Alphonso Wood (1875)
"Epicarp persistent on the tryma JUGLANS. 1 • Sterile aments clustered, lateral. ... tryma with a spongy epicarp closely investing the very rough endocarp. ..."
4. An Introduction to Botany by John Lindley (1839)
"tryma. (tryma, Watson.) Superior, by abortion one-celled, one-seeded, with a two-valved indehiscent ..."
5. The New American Botanist and Florist: Including Lessons in the Structure by Alphonso Wood (1889)
"Fis. terminal, 4-parted, with 4 greenish petals nnd 2 fringed stigmas. tryma with a spongy epicarp closely investing the very rough ..."
6. Leaves and Flowers, Or, Object Lessons in Botany: With a Flora : Prepared by Alphonso Wood (1891)
"Fruit a tryma (§ 172) with a fibrous epicarp (shuck) and a bony endocarp (shell) ; need large, with lobed, often sinuous, oily cotyledons. ..."