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Including the tangelos, the export amounts to US $ 176 million.
Sufficient degrees of freedom were available to compare numbers of mites only on sweet orange, lemon, lime, tangelo, and sour orange trees, and no significant differences were found with this analysis.
Abscisic acid (ABA), one of tangelo offshoots, is an important regulator of plant responses to environmental stresses and an absolute requirement for stress tolerance [9].
Tangelos and Minneolas are tangerine-grapefruit hybrids.
Orlando tangelo within 12 weeks after grafting on two different experimental temperatures for Ca.
The partners' business plan brims with ecological sustainability: "Change the way kids eat--one kiwi or tangelo at a time," Gagnon, 31, explained.
Or try a fruit that might be new to you, such as the blood orange, ugli fruit, kumquat, passion fruit, tangelo, or pomegranate.
In Holli Chmela's article "Some Consumers Still Wary of GM Foods," she explains that "traditional methods of genetic modification by plant breeding have been used by scientists and botanists for hundreds of years," such as the tangelo hybrid, but "the newer process genetically engineers foods by gene splicing, where the genetic makeup of the plant is altered to create a desired trait in the crop.
Guido Cianciolo, chief perfumer at Alpine Aromatics told HAPPI that there is a growing trend for "upscale" citrus notes that go beyond lemon, orange, lime and grapefruit to include exotic notes such as yuzu, verbena, kumquat, pomelo, tangelo and kaffir lime.
a citrus grove is defined as one or more trees of the rue family, often thorny and bearing large fruit with hard, usually thick peel and pulpy flesh, such as the orange, grapefruit, lemon, lime, citron, tangelo and tangerine.
Tangor and Tangelo accessions were clearly grouped in the graph, along with some of few other mandarin accessions from mandarins.