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Medicinal Use of Citrus
... citrus species, including compounds called flavanoids, carotenoids and limonoids, especially in terms of their effects on citrus palatability and anti-cancer activity. Citrus ...
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Citrus in the garden
... flesh and skin taste, can be made into a tasty marmalade. Cumquats (Fortunella species) Cumquats belong to a citrus subspecies. The oval cumquat (Nagami, shown at right) is available from nurseries and ... , except for the novelty value of the very large fruit. Citron (Citrus medica) This is one of the oldest citrus species known and grown. It has special religious significance. The fruit is large ...
www.agric.nsw.gov.au

Citrus
... early records exist on the first uses of citrus species, but in Asia citrus must have been mused for a long time before the species were transported westward to become part of ancient cultures ... there are 16 species of Citrus and many hybrids that are commonly cultivated. Another tree crop is the kumquat, Fortunella margarita, which is a very close relative. Differences between the species have to ...
www.botgard.ucla.edu

Citrus Greening Disease
... Africa Unlike Citrus Canker, Citrus Greening kills trees Citrus Greening is probably the most serious of all afflictions of the citrus species According to the University of Florida, "The Asian citrus psyllid (AsCP ... press release dated 09-02-2005 is here Citrus Greening article by Ann Henson Citrus Greening article by Robert Bowden Citrus Greening article by David Fleshler Pictures of affected ...
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Database Entry: Bitter Orange - Citrus aurantium Bitter Orange - Citrus aurantium Bitter Orange - Citrus aurantium Bitter Orange - Citrus aurantium
... Policy Conditions of Use Free Service Español Português Deutsch Italiano Français Norsk Family: Rutaceae Genus: Citrus Species: aurantium Common Name: Bitter Orange, Ch'Eng, Chin Ch'Iu, Hua Chu Hung, Kuang Chu ... 1983). Citrus Linnaeus The 12 or 15 species of Citrus are small, often spiny shrubs and trees of the tropics and subtropics native to Asia and Malaysia. A number of the species are ...
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Citrus Fruit Pictures
... Citrus Fruit Pictures Citrus species have been cultivated since ancient times. This, combined with their ease of hybridization, has resulted in countless varieites and types of citrus. Some of the more well-known are included here. Citrus ...
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Orchid Species of the World
... this post Saturday, February 18, 2006 Dendrobium chrysotoxum This upright species can be found in cool to warm conditions in the ... Denrobium chrysopterum Also known as Dendrobium subclausum, this semi-pendulous species is found in Papua New Guinea, blooming mostly in the middle ... best smelling blooms -- this specific one has a very strong, citrus scent. I once had a Cycnoches pentadactylon but can't ...
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Orchid Species of the World: Cycnoches chlorochilon
... chlorochilon Notify Blogger about objectionable content. What does this mean? Send via SMS BlogThis! Orchid Species of the World This is MY personal photo blog. If you would like to use ... has some of the absolute best smelling blooms -- this specific one has a very strong, citrus scent. I once had a Cycnoches pentadactylon but can't remember what happened to it ...
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Orchid Species of the World: February 2006
... Denrobium chrysopterum Also known as Dendrobium subclausum, this semi-pendulous species is found in Papua New Guinea, blooming mostly in the ... best smelling blooms -- this specific one has a very strong, citrus scent. I once had a Cycnoches pentadactylon but can't ... var. coerulea 'Malibu' This is one of my favorites Cattleya species -- Catt. amethystoglossa var. coerulea 'Malibu'. I picked up a single ...
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Citrus canker in Queensland
... banning Queensland citrus fruit products from entering NSW was put in place at midnight 7 July 2004. Citrus canker is a serious bacterial disease that affects citrus plant species, causing premature leaf and fruit drop. It is characterised by lesions on fruit, foliage and the young stems of cultivars. Citrus ...
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