Cashew Tree

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An illustration of various parts of the cashew tree. “1, Branch, bearing flowers and fruit. The fruit stales are enlarged in pear like for bearing the nut (the true fruit) at their apex; 2, Flower expanded; Stamen and pistil, with the calyx; 4, Stamen separated; 5, Nut constituting the fruit; 6, Nut opened longitudinally; 7, Seed seprated from the nut; 8, Cotyledons opened to show the radicle a, and the plumule.” (Britannica, 1910)


tree, nut, plant, cashew


Trees: C


Encyclopaedia Britannica (11th ed., vol. 5) (New York, NY: The Encyclopaedia Britannica Company, 1910)


TIFF (full resolution)

2009×2400, 1.9 MiB

Large GIF

857×1024, 105.9 KiB

Medium GIF

535×640, 54.4 KiB

Small GIF

267×320, 20.7 KiB