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Lime (fruit)

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A lime is a hybrid citrus fruit, which is typically round, lime green, 3–6 centimetres (1.2–2.4 in) in diameter, and containing acidic juice vesicles. There are several species of citrus...

Lemon/Limes - The World's Healthiest Foods

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Although lemons and limes may not be what you would choose for an afternoon snack, we consider them as .... They were thought to originate in Southeast Asia.

Genetic origin of cultivated citrus determined: Researchers find ...

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Jan 26, 2011 ... Purple limes, blood oranges could be next for Florida citrus .... Views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of ScienceDaily, its staff, ...

Lime (fruit) - New World Encyclopedia

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Aug 7, 2014 ... Besides limes and lemons, other members of the Citrus genus include ... For cooler winter areas, lemon and lime trees should not be grown, ...

The Citrus Trail Key limes do not come from the Florida Keys - Treatt

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Key limes do not come from the Florida Keys. Even within the flavor and fragrance industry itself, there is often a certain amount of confusion surround- ing lime ...

Key Limes - Food Reference

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Key Limes are smaller, with a thin rind prone to brown spots, seedy and with a ... Though they do seem to be making a slight comeback as a Florida crop in ...

Fresh For Kids - Limes!

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Limes are thin-skinned, glossy-green to yellow in colour, with beautiful green flesh ... Our skin is very thin but the zest is good for flavouring and should be grated ...

Mexican Lime

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Of the two acid, or sour, limes in world trade, the one longest known and most ... is greenish-yellow in 6 to 15 segments which do not readily separate; aromatic, ...

Why Do Most Lemons Have Seeds, While Most Limes Do Not ...

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Mar 2, 2016 ... So why do lemons (and most fruits) have seeds while limes don't? The majority of ... But where do they come from if they don't have seeds?

Health Benefits of Lime | Organic Facts

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This sour citrus fruit can do what many advanced medicines cannot. ... Fever: If someone is suffering from a fever, limes and lime juice can be of great importance. ... blockage of urine that can come from calcium deposits in the urinary tract.

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Do lemons and limes come from the same tree? - Ask.com

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Lemons and limes grow from different trees. Lemons grow from Citrus limon trees . Key limes grow from Citrus aurantifolia trees, and Persian limes grow from ...

lime | tree and fruit, Citrus genus | Britannica.com

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Limes exceed lemons in both acid and sugar content. There are, however, some varieties so lacking in citric acid that they are known as sweet limes. These are ...

Why There Is No Lime Industry in America Anymore | TIME

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Apr 20, 2014 ... A standard 40-lb. box of limes that would have cost a San Francisco bar manager $20 a few months ago now costs more than $120. And many ...