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citrange

(sĭ`trənj): see orangeorange,
name for a tree of the family Rutaceae (rue, or orange, family), native to China and Indochina, and for its fruit, the most important fresh fruit of international commerce.
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All the remaining three Sweet oranges (Pineapple, Blood Red and Jaffa); four Lemons (Badri lemon, Baramasi, Pant lemon and Rough lemon); one Citrange hybrid (Troyer) and one Mandarin (Kinnow) clustered under the second major group.
The first sub cluster constructed with one Mandarin (Kinnow) and one Lemon (Rough lemon) while the second sub cluster includes the three Sweet oranges (Pineapple, Blood Red and Jaffa), the three Lemons (Pant lemon, Badri lemon and Baramasi) and a Citrange hybrid (Troyer).
MR J CARDWELL of Dudley Street, Coventry, writes: A line to thank you for the help you gave me in locating a citrange bush.