A pecan, like the fruit of all other members of the hickory genus, is not truly a nut, but is technically a drupe, a fruit with a single stone or pit, surrounded by a husk.
The husks are produced from the exocarp tissue of the flower, while the part known as the nut develops from the endocarp and contains the seed.
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