The blood orange is a variety of orange (Citrus × sinensis) with crimson, almost-
blood-colored flesh. The fruit is roughly the same size as an average orange, but
Blood oranges might sound unappetizing, but they earned that name because of
the vivid red color of their flesh. The fruit is similar in taste and texture to a ...
The blood orange is a kind of orange with a deep scarlet color on the inside. The
skin pigment on the outside is also darker. They usually mature mid- Blood ...
Mar 16, 2012 ... Solved: The Mystery of the Blood Orange. Cold induction of retroelement
expression causes "blood” color. Blood oranges present both a ...
Jan 23, 2008 ... Blood oranges are “bloody” from a pigment called anthocyanin, which is widely
found in the plant kingdom and can appear red as in cherries ...
Blood oranges are brilliantly colored, sweet, and worth seeking out during their
relatively short season.
Moro blood orange. Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck. CRC 3830. PI 539554. VI 362.
moro. Photos by Toni Siebert and David Karp, 3/17/2010, CVC. Photo rights.
Blood oranges. It's difficult to know just when oranges were introduced into what
is now Italy. From their travels to the southern and eastern reaches of their ...
Mar 12, 2012 ... Norwich researchers hope to create a simple 'tweak' that turns normal oranges
into healthier blood oranges - which are expensive to grow and ...
Jun 9, 2014 ... Gory name aside, this is one of the tastiest members of the orange family.