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[* black] Now that we've removed the rind, let's take a brief scientific look at the make-up of the Orange.Orange, in the first ever segment of '''Fruit Science with iFixit!'''
[* black] Now that we've removed the rind, let's take a brief scientific look at the make-up of the Orange.Orange, in the first ever segment of '''Fruit Science with iFixit!'''
[* black] Oranges and other citrus fruits are of the order Hesperidium—a kind of berry with a tough, leathery rind.
[* black] '''Fruit Science with iFixit:''' The three important layers of such fruits are the exocarp (rind), mesocarp (pith), and endocarp (the delicious edible part).
[* black] '''Fruit Science with iFixit:''' The three important layers of such fruits are the exocarp (rind), mesocarp (pith), and endocarp (the delicious edible part).