Parts of citrus fruits
Inner and soft white skin of the orange located in the rind of the citrus fruits, which contains essential oils, pectin and cellulose.
Inner part of the orange formed by the edible and juicy segments.
Glandular layer of the citrus rind with a yellowish color, which contains the oil vesicles that have very thin and fragile walls and the essential oil allowing the recovery of the exocarp layer in case of abrasion.
Small membranous sac that contains the fruit juice.
Pedicel (flower stalk)
Plant stalk which holds the fruit.
The outer skin of a fruit, such as lemons or oranges.
Membranous division which divides two internal cavities of an organism (segments).