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see grapefruitgrapefruit,
 pomelo
, or pummelo
, citrus fruit (Citrus paradisi) of the family Rutaceae (orange family). The grapefruit is so named because it grows in grapelike bunches. The large globular fruit weighs from 1 to 5 lb (0.45–2.27 kg).
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However, research would suggest this is not always the case (Shaddock, 2006).
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The genus Citrus of the family Rutaceae which includes Indian wild orange (Citrus indica), Melanesian papeda (Citrus macroptera), bitter orange (Citrus aurantium), shaddock (Citrus grandis), Mandarin orange (Citrus reticulata), sweet orange (Citrus sinensis), lemon (Citrus limon) and grapefruit (Citrus paradise) are distributed throughout the tropical and temperate regions and are widely consumed as fresh fruits [31].
Author: Anthony Shaddock. Publisher: ACER Press, 2014
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It was introduced to the West Indies (Barbados) and the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia) in the 17th century by Captain Shaddock and thus it was given his name.
But she was also a warm and compassionate friend, a partisan for fellow poets, and an inspiration for a generation of younger poets like Carolyn Forch and David Shaddock.
G A Richards, (1) MB BCh, FCP (SA), PhD; E Elliott, (2) MB ChB, MMed, FCPath (Micro); E J Shaddock, (1) MB BCh, FCP (SA), Cert Pulm, Cert Crit Care;
POMELO: One of the original citrus fruits, a pomelo looks like a giant grapefruit and is sometimes called a shaddock, named for the English explorer Captain Shaddock.