Citrus ( Rutaceae ) : a Review of Recent Advances in Etymology , Systematics and Medical Applications

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  title={Citrus ( Rutaceae ) : a Review of Recent Advances in Etymology , Systematics and Medical Applications},
  author={David J. Mabberley},
  year={2014}
}
Orange-blossom and eau de Cologne, Curacao and Cointreau, Earl Grey tea and marmalade, orangeries and pomanders, Nell Gwynn and sun-tan oil, citrus is certainly more than orange-juice. But citrus-growing is the most important fruit industry in warm countries and contributes significantly to the economies of Australia, the United States (California, Florida), Brazil, South Africa, Israel and southern Europe (notably Spain and Portugal). At the same time, in Asia, citrus fruits have been used in… CONTINUE READING

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