Pecan Septum

December 24, 2012

The septum of a pecan is the bitter center between the two pecan kernels in every drupaceous nut.

For a thrilling discussion of the parts of the pecan embryo, look to Embryology of the Pecan by J. W. McKay which is available here.

This pecan septum came from Sherman, TX.

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