Where did citrus plants originate?
Tropical areas in southeast Asia.
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Lemons . Oranges . Mandarins . Grape fruits . Tangelos . Pummelo . Kumquats . Limes . Citrons . Lavender gem . Oro blanco . Shaddock . Tangerine . Ugli fruit . these fruits contain acid and are rich in vitamin c these kinds of fruits are used to cu…re deficiency of vitamin c like goitre etc ( Full Answer )
Answer . is caca. Answer . What is the origin of the word plant?. Answer . mierda
Not sure what the origin is, but plants that have bulbs or other fleshy storage organs (tubers, corms, etc) use those organs to store energy and to survive extreme conditions
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Citrus fruit are fruit that have the edible part divided into sections. Examples of a citrus fruit are Grapefruit, Orange, Tangerine, Clementine, Lemon, Lime. Some of the more uncommonly available citrus fruits are Pomelo, Kumquat, Ugli and Satsuma. This does not list all of them. Citrus fruit are… various edible fruit, peel and juice. They provide vital flavourings in food and drink and are a rich source of vitamin c. In fact our most important source of vitamin C next after the Potato. (Potato does not contain a lot of vitamin C but is in many countries considered the most important source because a lot of people eat this every day. Vitamin C is not an important factor in deep fried potatoes as the strong heat destroy the vitamin. Citrus fruits can be used to help sooth sore throats, coughs and colds, also the oil from citrus fruits peels, leaves and shoots are used to make cosmetics, perfume and aromatherapy oils. Soap is made from citrus fruits seed oils. ( Full Answer )
All of the following originated in the Americas Potatoes, Tomatoes, Chocolate, Vanilla, Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Peanuts, Cashews, Brazil Nuts, Chiles, and Avocados
Citrus has many different abiot and biotic problems.. Diseases: Citrus greening disease, Citrus Tristeza Virus. Pathogens: Phytophthora, Foot Rot. Abiotic: Freezes, Drought, Salt, Heat. Biotic: Psyllids ( Diaphorina citri ), various mites
No, I don't think so, because citrus fruits are you usually sour and they usually have acid in them, such as oranges, lemons, and grapefruit.
Fruits that are not citrus (All fruits on this list have been certified by the USDA that they are not citrus) Apples Apricots Avocados Bananas Berries (Excluding Strawberries) Cherries, Sweet Cherries, Tart Cranberries Dates Figs Grapes Guavas Nectarines Olives Papayas Peaches Pears Plums Prunes… (Dried Basis) Source: (Http://usda.mannlib,cornell.edu/usda/current/NoncFruiNu/NoncFruiNu-07-07-2010.pfd) ^^^If you liked this response, please recommend me!^^^ ( Full Answer )
Citrus fruits have a rind as opposed to a peel, and are generallyhigh in vitamin C.
No, grapes are not citrus. In the scientific classification, grapes are in the genus vitis. But lemons, oranges pomelos and limes etc are in the genus citrus.
Citrus canker is a bacterial disease that causes blemishes or cankers to appear on the leaves, stems and fruit of a citrus tree. It is a difficult disease to eradicated. It does not harm the fruit, but over time, can make the tree less productive. Grove owners do not like this disease because the fr…uit with unsightly blemishes can not be sold as fresh fruit. More information can be found in Wikipedia under citrus canker, or search the internet for more information. ( Full Answer )
citrus: any ructaceous tree or shrub of the genus "citrus", which includes the citron, lemon, lime, orange,grapefuit... citrus fruit: 1) a fruit of any tree or shrub of the genus "citrus" as of the lemon or orange tree... 2) such fruit collectively. so citrus is not a fruit but a kind of fru…it. ( Full Answer )
The word plant originated from the Latin word "planta". Plantrefers to a young shrub or tree that has been newly planted.
Well if you have put citrus fruits or juices in your soil it may affect the roots. I have done this before, and my plant has died. The roots drink the citrus juice and it is not the right type of liquid for the roots. Only put citrus in the soil if its a big house plant.
no. the fruit is formed from maternal tissue i.e the mother tree. if you should take the seeds from a cross pollinated fruit and sow them you can get interesting results, that's the basics of new variety cultivation.
The origin of plants came from green algae that used to live in damp areas. The oldest is about 420 million years old.
the results from planting orange seeds are disappointing. citrus grower will do that to propagate root stock, then graft known cultivars onto that root stock.
\nim not sure of the origin, but the meaning of the term "potted plant" is that you are not free, you're limited and confined, and you just sit and do nothing. much as a plant that is in a pot or is vased cannot grow or spread as i would in the wild.
They are reffered to as carbonaceous rocks. An example is, coal. Others include lignite and peat.
Citrus lemon is a type of fruit. This answer is very vague but I hoped I helped you out!!! :)
Yes you can be allergic to citrus. The sensitivity is to salicylic acid which is high in some fruits and vegetables and can cause a variety of reactions from mild to severe skin and/or asthmatic reactions.
During photosynthesis plants absorb carbon dioxide from the air and then give off oxgen as a result.
The colors, shapes and scents of various flowers attract the proper pollinators, thus ensuring the survival of the species.
The spreading of seed is referenced as shattering in grasses but dispersing is a general term for the spreading of seed. There are thousands of ways that seeds are dispersed by different species.
No Mango is not a citrus fruit. . It has a distant affinity to : Cashew (Anacardium occidentale), Gandaria (Bouea gandaria), Pistachio (Pistacia vera), Marula (Sclerocarya birrea), Ambarella (Spondias cytherea), Yellow Mombin (Spondias mombin), Red Mombin (Spondias purpurea), Imbu (Spondias tuberos…a). ( Full Answer )
No, berries are not citrus fruits. Citrus includes oranges, limes,lemons and grapefruit. Also in the citrus family are kumquats.
Citrus fruits include oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruit, pomelos, tangerines, mandarines, tangelos. Non citrus fruits include bananas, apples, grapes, mangoes, papayas, pineapple, berries.
the question is far to broad, there are literally tens of thousands of different (individual) plants. "common names" of plants are not used in botany as the common name of a specific plant may vary from region to region or country to country. for example "daisy", this is a very broad term that des…cribes thousands of plants, for scientific purposes it cannot be used to name a plant. Sometimes the "original" name of the plant is either incorporated into the scientific name, or derived from the scientific/ botanical name. eg. Rosmarinus is the genus name for the plant we all call Rosemary, as is the herb Basil, which has the botanical name Occium basillicum. This is however not the "rule". ( Full Answer )
If you have a cut in your finger, and say, you squeeze lemon juice on the cut, IT WILL HURT!
citrus vegetable including tomato. they r vegetables tht haf a citris taste such as tomatoes. they r not like the citrus kind in fruits. they r more sweet in vegetables.
it comes fom the nutrients in the soil- the sun gives the soil nutrients producing energy for the plant.
No, it is not a citrus, cilantro is a herb, which is used quit often in Mexican food. Citrus would be a tree for instance; an orange tree, lemon tree, tangerine.
Corn's origin may have been teosinte . From Wikipedia, page = "Maize": There are several theories about the specific origin of maize in Mesoamerica: . It may be a direct domestication of a Mexican annual teosinte, Zea mays ssp. parviglumis , native to the Balsas River valley in south-east…ern Mexico, with up to 12% of its genetic material obtained from Zea mays ssp. mexicana through introgression. . It may have been derived from hybridization between a small domesticated maize (a slightly changed form of a wild maize) and a teosinte of section Luxuriantes , either Z. luxurians or Z. diploperennis . . It may have undergone two or more domestications either of a wild maize or of a teosinte. . It may have evolved from a hybridization of Z. diploperennis by Tripsacum dactyloides . (The term "teosinte" describes all species and subspecies in the genus Zea , excluding Zea mays ssp. mays .) In the late 1930s, Paul Mangelsdorf suggested that domesticated maize was the result of a hybridization event between an unknown wild maize and a species of Tripsacum , a related genus. However, the proposed role of tripsacum (gama grass) in the origins of maize has been refuted by modern genetic testing, refuting Mangelsdorf's model and the fourth listed above. The first model was proposed by Nobel Prize winner George Beadle in 1939. Though it has experimental support, it has not explained a number of problems, among them: . how the immense diversity of the species of sect. Zea originated, . how the tiny archaeological specimens of 3500-2700 BC could have been selected from a teosinte, and . how domestication could have proceeded without leaving remains of teosinte or maize with teosintoid traits until ca. 1100 BC. ( Full Answer )
Invasive species are different species, either plants or animals, which are purposefully or accidentally introduced into a new ecosystem. They can be good in some ways but bad in others because they usually don't have as many predators in the new ecosystem and can take over.
None. Every animal either eats plants, or eats another animal that eats plants, or eats another animal that eats another animal that eats plants.
i would think it would be jello because it has no traces of plant life.. examples: bread (wheat) gum (mint) hamburgers (grass) because burgers are meat and that animal (the cow) eats grass and so on with the everlasting food chain... other than maybe some kinds of jello with some natural flavoring i… think that's the only thing that dosent have any plant life in the making (or nutritious value) ( Full Answer )
Flowering plants are called angiosperms and overtime as climate changes plants must adapt and change to the environment. So over millions of years plants will look different.
Southwestern Mexico is the native homeland of poinsettias ( Euphorbia pulcherrima ), whose name honors Joel Roberts Poinsett (March 2, 1774 - December 12, 1851). Specifically, Poinsett was a botanist, linguist and physician whose diplomatic career led to his being stationed in Mexico. There, he …served as Special Envoy of 1822-1823 and as first U.S. Minister of 1825-1830. During his diplomatic service, he noticed poinsettias growing wildly and beautifully in their native habitat. He immediately recognized the cultural applicability and scientific import of the late-blooming, brightly-colored plant. ( Full Answer )
Yes, if the citrus plant is grafted the stock plant can sprout from below the graft, resulting in two different citrus species on the same plant
No. Kiwifruit are vine fruit. they are not related to citrus, which grow on trees.
First, ALL drugs (even herbals and over the counter medications) have a basis or are derived from plants, bark or roots (just like the Indians once used, but more refined today). Any plant with the properties to affect the body, taken (ingested) for any reason, also have the ability to cause side… effects. Some side effects can be severe. For example, too much aspirin (which first came from properties in bark) can cause stomach lining irritation and even bleeding in high doses. Illegal drugs made from plants carry even more risks because the "mixture" of ingredients is not standardized. If we use the example of baking sugar cookies, making them taste good and be edible is we use a standard set of ingredients. Some skill is involved; newer bakers often burn the first sugar cookies they bake. But, beyond skill, the most important part is knowing the kinds and amounts of specific ingredients. If a new baker changes the ingredients or the amounts, they often fail miserably at making edible and tasty cookies. The same is true of street drugs, BUT because street drugs contain properties (or ingredients, even in a natural state) that act on the physical body, they can create "effects" on the brain, heart, lungs, etc. The "ingredients" are not standardized -- one plant can differ from another plant, or even one leaf can differ from another leaf in terms of its properties that can affect the body. The lack of standardization is why the Food and Drug Administration will not approve or endorse "herbal" products. Every bottle and even every pill can have different levels of active chemicals and dyes. "Crude drugs" (such as those made for street use by laypersons) would have much more variability in the final "product" than the variability found in herbal products manufactured by an "herbal company". So, first, crude drugs of plant origin are NOT free of side effects. And second, crude drugs of plant origin could and often do have MORE side effects than even unregulated manufacture of "herbal" products. ( Full Answer )
they have the same sex chromosomes, making it possible to reproduce another one of it's kind. they plow each other and make another one of themselves.
The origin of plants goes back at least 510 million years ago. They evolved from chlorophyte algae and have been growing ever since. Plant life and growth is abundant in many places on Earth.
water is essential for every plant. so, no plant will be grow without water,thus the original plants grown using hydroponics,
you need level 2 farming. Drag a master farmer over to the dark patch in the sand and it will say "planting crops".
Tilia plants originated from europe and was transported here. Trilia plants are mostly found in the northern hemisphere. They are hermaphratites creating flowers that have an even blend of male and female parts with the exact number in existance unknown.
The marjoram plant, which is also known as oregano, was first found in Greece. This Herb is used in many Greek recipes and dishes such as soups, stews, dressings and sauces.
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This is the poinsettia, a shrub with bright red bracts, which is natve to Central America. The poinsettia became associated with Christmas in North America (it is not a tradition in most other countries) after Joel Roberts Poinsettia, the first Ambassador from the US to Mexico, sent some plants back… to South Carolina. ( Full Answer )