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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(fruit)

The orange is the fruit of the citrus species Citrus × sinensis in the family Rutaceae. It is also .... As oranges are rich in vitamin C and do not spoil easily, during the Age of Discovery, ... The fruit is small, smooth, not highly colored, and juicy, with a pale yellow colored juice, especially in fruits that come from lemon rootstock.

quatr.us/food/oranges.htm

January 2017 - The first wild ancestors of oranges and lemons probably evolved in Australia and New Guinea, where the first people probably began eating ...

fsi.colostate.edu/oranges

May 18, 2017 ... Unlike the Valencia, Navel oranges do not grow well in tropical climates; .... biological contamination does not come into contact with the fruit.

www.britannica.com/plant/orange-fruit

Oranges are picked when fully ripe, for, unlike some deciduous fruits, they do not ripen or improve in quality after being picked. The trees bear abundantly from ...

blog.halegroves.com/where-do-oranges-come-from-a-first-hand-experience-in-a-florida-orange-and-grapefruit-grove

Nov 27, 2013 ... Welcome to the new Grove Update, a weekly blog and monthly e-newsletter to keep you connected with the finest Indian River oranges and ...

www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/morton/orange.html

Degreening does not occur in California where 'Valencia' oranges from one growing .... While the orange will often come true from seed because of nucellar ...

www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Orange_(fruit)

This does not allow for the usual selective breeding methodologies, and so not only do the navel oranges of today have exactly the same genetic makeup as the  ...

literaryfoodstudies.com/2015/09/10/where-does-your-orange-juice-come-from

Sep 10, 2015 ... As we groggily sit down to breakfast while reading or watching the day's news, few of us stop to consider where the oranges in the juice we ...

www.reference.com/science/oranges-come-bb33a5118f06673

Oranges are believed to have originated in southeastern Asian, formerly known as Indochina, southern China and northeastern India. The fruit was brought to ...