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naranjilla

(näränhă`yō), large tropical subshrub (Solanum quitoense) of the family Solanaceae (nightshadenightshade,
common name for the Solanaceae, a family of herbs, shrubs, and a few trees of warm regions, chiefly tropical America. Many are climbing or creeping types, and rank-smelling foliage is typical of many species.
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 family), native to the Andes. Tomatolike fruits, orange-colored and leathery-skinned, grow along the large main stalk, sometimes 10 ft (21.3 m) high. Their juicy, flavorful, slightly acid pulp is much used locally for beverages and sherbets. The naranjillo, or lulo, became known to North Americans as a beverage at the 1939 New York World's Fair. Naranjillo is classified in the division MagnoliophytaMagnoliophyta
, division of the plant kingdom consisting of those organisms commonly called the flowering plants, or angiosperms. The angiosperms have leaves, stems, and roots, and vascular, or conducting, tissue (xylem and phloem).
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, class Magnoliopsida, order Polemoniales, family Solanaceae.
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Evaluation of postharvest performance of naranjilla (Solanum quitoense Lam.
BERRY NICE TO SEE: This traditional Christmas house plant is closely related to peppers, chillies, aubergines, potatoes and a tropical fruit called naranjilla
La linterna superior de iluminacion se formaba con ocho pilares de madera amarilla asentados sobre la dicha rueda de caoba, y con "un bastidor ochavado de cedro encima"; y este cuerpo octogonal se cerraba con una media naranjilla de madera por "ocho arbotantes uno en cada pilar".
Un recubrimiento especial, que no era en absoluto el de la vulgar quincha de canas y barro enlucido con cal y arena, completaba la media naranjilla sobre la linterna: "ha de ser entablada por debajo y por encima lo de dentro bien ajustado con madera de cedro y por encima de tablas de Chile con todo su grueso".
Tetranychus tumidus Banks en Naranjilla (Solanum quitoense Lam.
Prefactibilidad tecnica y economica de una planta para la produccion de vino de naranjilla.
The actual crops covered include achira, ahipa, arracacha, maca, mashua, mauka, oca, potatoes, ulloco, yacon, kaniwa, kiwicha, quinoa, basul, nunas (popping beans), tarwi, peppers, squashes and their relatives, berries, capuli cherry, chertimoya, goldenberry (Cape gooseberry), Highland papyas, naranjilla (Lulo), pacay (ice cream beans), passion-fruits, pepino, tamarillo (tree tomato), Quito palm and walnuts.
Naranjilla 2 140 0 0 Solanum pseudolulo Heise Falso lulo 2 140 0 0 Solanum sessiliflorum Dunal Nightshade 2 140 0 0 Section Micracantha Solanum Jamaican jamaicense Mill.
There are a multitude of small shops as well as juice bars offering a great variety of thirst quenching concoctions provided by the many tropical fruits which grow in this country including papayas, pineapple, mangos and less familiar fruits such as naranjillas, a cross between an orange and a peach.
Las aves fruteras llegan por los seis sabores de las naranjillas y los taxos.