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Synonyms for pummelo

southeastern Asian tree producing large fruits resembling grapefruits

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Worldwide agricultural citrus production, including oranges, mandarins, lemons, bergamots, limes, pummelos, and grapefruits, has been increasing strongly in the last decades, reaching over 100 million metric tons per year [4].
Study on the diverse centre of origin of pummelo germplasm.
CITRUS is the general name for a group of species and hybrids that includes Lemons, Oranges, Mandarins, Grapefruit, Pummelos and many others.
And afterward, everywhere Emily looked, she saw soda inspiration: rosemary in a friend's garden, cherries from the farmers' market, and tasty by-products of her own cooking, like pummelo juice leftover from making candied pummelo peel.
There are certain relatives of grapefruit that we call pummelo, some of which are very, very low or have no furanocoumarins in them at all.
aurantium) is considered as a hybrid between Pummelo and Mandarin (Scora, 1975; Luro et al.
It feels most at home in temperate subtropical climates and over time, the original varieties of citron, pummelo and mandarin and their many hybrids have migrated around the world.
Lin is using samples of DNA from HLB-diseased pummelo and other citrus in China.
2005) when they assessed the genetic diversity of pummelo germplasms using AFLP and SSR markers.
Evaluation of antioxidant capacity of pummelo and navel oranges: extraction efficiency of solvents.
Jordan's Pummelo depicts how an ordinary family break-up becomes an emotional journey of discovery for three women.
Sweeter than the average grapefruit, the Pummelo is eaten not only as a citrus fruit but used in Thai salads with wing beans and grilled prawns, as well as the Vietnamese Goi Buoi, which includes crabmeat, chicken, Pummelo sections, and vegetables.
Tangerines, clementines, pummelo (Asian grapefruit), Oro Blanco grapefruit, kumquats, and Moro oranges (with deep red interiors) are seasonal additions to the citrus menu.
It's called Chinese grapefruit by many people, but is technically known as pummelo," Salazar says.