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EN] Seedlessness is a highly desirable trait in fresh fruit. Citrus varieties, such as Clementine mandarin and other related species, show parthenocarpic fruit development without seeds due to self-incompatibility. In spite of that, these fruits frequently contain seeds as a result of cross-pollination by insects with compatible pollen from other citrus cultivars grown nearby. To solve this problem using a biotechnological approach we aim at the destruction of ovules and/or seeds by directing the expression of a toxic gene using the promoter of an ovule and/or seed specific gene. With the purpose of isolating this kind of genes we constructed two cDNA libraries from ovules and seeds at different developmental stages of the Clementine mandarin (Citrus clementina cv. Clemenules). A total of 1,014 ESTs from the ovule library and 1,042 ESTs from the seed library were generated, with a novelty percentage of 27% and 36% among the Spanish Citrus Functional Genomic Project (CFGP) ESTs database, ...
What do horseshoe crabs have to do with citrus greening disease? Well, nothing really. But the protein that famously gives horseshoe crabs their blue blood has been found at increased levels in some Asian citrus psyllids (Diaphorina citri), which researchers suspect is evidence of the insects immune response to the citrus greening disease bacteria that it carries and spreads to citrus trees.. D. citri is found in three morphological types with different colored bellies: gray, yellow, and blue. A research team led by Michelle Cilia, a research molecular biologist at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service (USDA ARS) and assistant professor at the Boyce Thompson Institute in Ithaca, New York, found that the psyllids increase their production of the oxygen-transporting protein hemocyanin when harboring the bacteria Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus, which causes citrus greening disease. Its the same protein found in horseshoe crabs and other mollusks and crustaceans, and ...
Citrus plants are very liable to infestation by aphids, whitefly and scale insects (e.g. California red scale). Also rather important are the viral infections to which some of these ectoparasites serve as vectors such as the aphid-transmitted Citrus tristeza virus which when unchecked by proper methods of control is devastating to citrine plantations. The newest threat to citrus groves in the United States is the Asian citrus psyllid.. The Asian citrus psyllid is an aphid-like insect that feeds on the leaves and stems of citrus trees and other citrus-like plants - but the real danger lies in that it can carry a deadly, bacterial tree disease called Huanglongbing (HLB), also known as citrus greening disease.[25]. In August 2005 citrus greening disease was discovered in the south Florida region around Homestead and Florida City. It has since spread to every commercial citrus grove in Florida. In 2004-2005 USDA Ag statistics reported the total Florida citrus production to be 169.1 million boxes of ...
Staphylococcus aureus (S.aureus) is a gram-positive coccus bacteria which is normal flora in humans but can cause mastitis in mothers during puerperium. The appearence of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) which is resistant to various antimicrobials underlies the need to explore other substances as an antimicrobial alternative, one of these is tangerine (Citrus reticulata Blanco) which is known to have alkaloids and flavonoids as active ingredients that have antimicrobial potential. This study aims to determine the antimicrobial potential of ethanol extract of tangerine peel (Citrus reticulata Blanco) on the growth of S. aureus colonies from pus isolates carried out by experimental tests using the microdilution method. The concentrations used in this study were 0% (Bacterial Control); 0,3%; 0,6%; 1,2%; 2,5%; 5%; 10%; 20% tests repetition 4 times for each concentration. Minimal Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) seen at concentration of 5% and Minimal Killer Concentration (KBM) seen ...
Sour oranges (Citrus aurantium L.) are well known in the processing and cosmetics industries for the aromatic properties of their essential oils. Intercultivar genetic and aromatic diversity is not well documented. The objective of this study was to evaluate the impact of morphological selection and genetic mechanisms of varietal diversification (mutation or hybridization) on the aromatic and odor variability of sour orange essential oils. Forty-five sour orange accessions from INRAE-CIRAD citrus Biological Resources Center (France) were assessed for ten simple sequence repeat (SSR) and 54 single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers, nine morphochemical fruit traits and with the aromatic components of leaf and peel essential oils. Thirty-nine sour oranges displayed no intercultivar molecular polymorphism and six genotypes originated from interspecific hybridizations involving sour orange, citron, pummelo or mandarin. The peel essential oil (PEO) diversity was low, in accordance with the genetic
Citrus essential oil, commonly, known as lime oil, has been widely reported in traditional system of medicine. Industrially, oil is isolated by mainly by hydrodistillation from fruit and peel of Citrus aurantifolia, family, Rutaceae. Cultivation practice of citrus plants dates back for over 4000 years and are one of most valuable fruit crops in the world. In this review, we aim to summarise the phytochemical and biological properties of citrus oil. The literature was collected from various online resources such as e journals, books and magazines. The citrus essential oil is globally used in food industry to impart citric flavour and odour to cuisines. Llime juice and oil is known to possess multiple biological properties including anti-cancer, antimicrobial, antioxidant, antiulcer, anti-inflammatory, hypolipidemic, antityphoid and hepatoprotective properties. Due to potent antibacterial and antifungal properties, citrus oil is becoming important component of skin care products. The medicinal ...
Atwal AS, Chaudhary JP, Ramzan M. 1970. Studies on the development and field population of citrus psylla, Diaphorina citri Kuwayama (Psyllidae: Homoptera). Journal of Research Punjab Agricultural University 7: 333-338. Bindra OS, Sohi BS, Batra RC. 1974. Note on the comparative efficacy of some contact and systemic insecticides for the control of citrus psylla in Punjab. Indian Journal of Agricultural Science 43: 1087-1088. Capoor SP, Rao DG, Viswanath SM. 1974. Greening disease of citrus in the Deccan Trap Country and its relationship with the vector, Diaphorina citri Kuwayama. p. 43-49. In Weathers LG, Cohen M (editor). Proceedings of the 6th Conference of the International Citrus Virology, University of California, Division of Agricultural Sciences. Catling HD. 1970. Distribution of the psyllid vectors of citrus greening disease, with notes on the biology and bionomics of Diaphorina citri. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin 18: 8-15. Chung K-R, Brlansky RH. (March 2009). Citrus diseases exotic to ...
Productivity of a citrus groves can be retained at pre-Huanglongbing levels through a three pronged strategy. Current research is aimed at the goal of giving the greatest yields for the lowest costs. Indeed, these lower costs are necessitated by the increased per acre cost of caretaking brought upon by Huanglongbing infection. Huanglongbing forces the commercial citrus caretaker to spray his/her block of citrus many more times a year than normal, considerably increasing costs. Per pound prices of citrus must continue increasing for citrus to remain profitable due to disease pressure.[14] Foliar fertilizers are now being sprayed on citrus trees at considerably higher rates than before citrus greening disease. Inspiration for the mixture of foliar nutrients was drawn from a local citrus grower, Maury Boyd. Mr. Boyd was the first to try a strategy of not removing greening positive citrus trees, and instead attempt aggressive nutritional sprays. His grove was as a result the first to remain ...
The final contents of primary and secondary metabolites of the ripe fruit depend on metabolic processes that are tightly regulated during fruit ontogeny. Carbohydrate supply during fruit development is known to influence these processes but, with respect to secondary metabolites, we do not really know whether this influence is direct or indirect. Here, we hypothesized that the sensitivity of clementine fruit metabolism to carbohydrate supply was conditional on fruit developmental stage. We applied treatments increasing fruit load reversibly or irreversibly at three key stages of clementine (Citrus clementina Hort. ex Tan.) fruit development: early after cell division, at the onset of fruit coloration (color break) and near maturity. The highest fruit load obtained by early defoliation (irreversible) had the highest impact on fruit growth, maturity and metabolism, followed by the highest fruit load obtained by early shading (reversible). Final fruit size decreased by 21 and 18% in these early ...
1/8 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper. Arrange the clementine segments, goat cheese and walnuts over the baby spinach. For the dressing, combine the clementine, lemon juice, oil, salt and pepper in a blender until pureed. Drizzle the dressing over salad or serve on the side. Makes 4 servings. Nutrition Facts (per serving): 160 calories, 10 g total fat, 4 g saturated fat, 10 mg cholesterol, 200 mg sodium, 11 g total carbohydrate, 3 g dietary fiber, 6g sugars, 8 g protein, 100% DV vitamin A, 70% DV vitamin C, 10% DV calcium, 15% DV iron Note: To segment a clementine, cut off the top and bottom. With a sharp knife, remove the skin, including all the white surface membrane, of the clementine. Remove each segment by slicing down with the knife on each segment side to free it from the membrane. ...
Citrus trees typically grow in warm climates where insects abound. These insects are typically noticed during the spring, when trees are developing new shoots and leaves.
Background: during the last decades, a huge body of evidence has been accumulated suggesting that Citrus fruits and their juices might have a role in preventing many diseases including cancer.Objective: to summarize the numerous evidences on the potential of Citrus juices and their extracts as anticancer agents.Data sources: a systematic review of articles written in English using MEDLINE (1946-present), EMBASE (1974-present) and Web of Sciences (1970-present) was performed independently by two reviewers. Search terms included Citrus, Citrus aurantifolia, Citrus sinensis, Citrus paradisi, Citrus fruits, Citrus fruits extract, cancer, neoplasm, neoplasia, tumor, metastasis, carcinogenesis, proliferation. The last search was performed on March 16th, 2017.Study selection: study selection and systematic review were carried out in accordance with the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) statement. Prior to the beginning of the review, Authors defined a checklist for
Title: Biological Properties of Citrus Flavonoids Pertaining to Cancer and Inflammation. VOLUME: 8 ISSUE: 2. Author(s):John A. Manthey, Najla Guthrie and Karel Grohmann. Affiliation:U.S. Citrus and Subtropical Products Laboratory, USDA,ARS,SAA, 600 Avenue S, NW, Winter Haven, FL 33881, USA.. Abstract: Citrus flavonoids encompass a diverse set of structures, including numerous flavanone and flavone O- and C-glycosides and methoxylated flavones. Each of these groups of compounds exhibits a number of in vitro and in vivo anti-inflammatory and anticancer actions. These biological properties are consistent with their effects on the microvascular endothelial tissue. Evidence suggests that the biological actions of the citrus flavonoids are possibly linked to their interactions with key regulatory enzymes involved in cell activation and receptor binding. The citrus flavonoids show little effect on normal, healthy cells, and thus typically exhibit remarkably low toxicity in animals. The citrus ...
If youre searching for an ingredient that can cater to most of your skin care needs, look no further than Citrus Limon Extract. Citrus Limon Extract is known to be an ideal way of ensuring smooth, supple and flawless looking skin. It is considered to be rich in Vitamins B and C, Carbohydrates and Phosphorus, all of which are extremely important for your skin. Citrus Limon Extract, also known as Lemon Peel Extract, also contains the essential oil limonene, about 44 unique flavones glycosides, plant acids, citric acid, phenols, pectins, citral and flavanoids.. According to the Ohio State University Extension, Citrus Limon Extract acts as a potent antioxidant that can help in reducing and preventing birth defects and reducing the risk of stroke. One of the key features of Citrus Limon Extract is that it is rich in citroflavonoids, something that helps it in improving microcirculation, making it anti-inflammatory and allowing it to act as an antioxidant. The citric acid present in this extract also ...
Clementines and Other Small Citrus Fruit - This work tells the story of the clementine and summarises current knowledge (origin, distribution, varieties, fruit stock, market evolution, physiology, biotic and abiotic diseases, pests, etc.). It also suggests cropping schemes for designing and managing an orchard, from the propagation of seedlings up to the packaging of fruit including crop protection methods and cultivation techniques.
Citrus huanglongbing (HLB) is a highly destructive disease of citrus presumably caused by Candidatus Liberibacterasiaticus (Las), a gram-negative, insect-transmitted, phloem-limited α-proteobacterium. Although almost all citrus plants are susceptible to HLB, reports have shown reduced susceptibility to Las infection in lemon (Citrus limon) plants. The aim of this study is to identify intra-species specific molecular mechanisms associated with Las-induced responses in lemon plants. To achieve this, comparative 2-DE and mass spectrometry, in addition to Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectroscopy (ICPS) analyses, were applied to investigate differences in protein accumulation and the concentrations of cationic elements in leaves of healthy and Las-infected lemon plants. Results showed a differential accumulation of 27 proteins, including an increase in accumulation of starch synthase but decrease in the production of photosynthesis-related proteins in Las-infected lemon plants compared to healthy plants.
The presence of foreign genes that were transferred into Citrus nucellar cells by the particle bombardment system has been expressed with the GUS assay. Tungsten microcarriers coated with plasmid DNA containing the gus A gene (pBI221.2) were accelerated at high velocity using a biolistic device into lemon (Citrus limon var. Kütdiken) target cells. Histochemical examination of the bombarded nucellar cells revealed that only several cell aggregates had cells expressing the gus A gene. Control cell aggregates that were not bombarded did not exhibit any cells expressing the gus A gene.. ...
perfect climate for citrus and by the 1800s, Florida growers were farming citrus commercially. Citrus grows best in well-drained and aerated soils. Most of Central and Southwest Florida has excellent sandy mineral soils low in organic matter with good natural fertility for citrus trees to flourish.. The 2020-21 Florida Citrus Production Guide details several soil characteristics affecting soil fertility including pH, organic matter, and cation exchange capacity. Historically most native Florida soils used for citrus plantings had a low pH in the top 6 inches, but at present most have a high pH. This was caused by most irrigation water being too alkaline which raised the soil pH over time, leading to high pH in soils that have been a part of irrigated crop production.. The optimum pH of soil and irrigation water is between 6.0 and 6.5. Floridas environment seems to work perfectly together to create the best soil pH for citrus. When you account for the ample sunshine and abundant rainfall common ...
Comprehensive usage of Citrus By-products provides complete wisdom and knowledge at the improvement and usage of citrus by-products, together with the kinds, education, and backbone in their major useful elements. As probably the most well known culmination on this planet, the processing of citrus culmination produces loads of citrus peel, a prime spinoff. present remedies of citrus peel pollute the surroundings and waste assets so green ideas are sought. This publication displays examine, traits and attitudes within the box, featuring a large assessment together with extraction methods for sensible elements; isolation and structural identity; synthesis of latest compounds; and the study and improvement of citrus by-products, their biodegradable transformation, and processing gear. This helpful reference publication can be utilized through scientists, students, and scholars engaged on citrus, dietitians and nutritionists, citrus processing agencies, and farmers from cooperative agencies on the ...
APG IV Classification: Domain: Eukaryota • (unranked): Archaeplastida • Regnum: Plantae • Cladus: angiosperms • Cladus: eudicots • Cladus: core eudicots • Cladus: superrosids • Cladus: rosids • Cladus: eurosids II • Ordo: Sapindales • Familia: Rutaceae • Subfamilia: Aurantioideae • Tribus: Aurantieae • Genus: Citrus • Nothospecies: Citrus × limon (L.) Burm.f. (1768) ...
Reported in Brazil since the 1930s, citrus leprosis, caused mainly by citrus leprosis virus C, has been a major concern for the… Expand ...
New cultivars are obtained from the discovery of mutations in orchards, the breeding programme at the Institute for Tropical and Subtropical Crops (ITSC) (previously known as the CSFRI) and the importation of promising cultivars from other countries. Since the deregulation of the citrus industry in 1997 private cultivar agents have also become involved in this process and the Citrus Growers Association now has their own Cultivar Company for cultivar development. The ITSC and the CRI facility in Nelspruit are responsible for shoot-tip grafting and pre-immunisation of material with a mild strain of Citrus Tristeza Virus. The Citrus Foundation Block is responsible for increase and release of propagation material to the citrus industry. All promising cultivars are planted in suitable trial sites and evaluated by CRI Cultivar Specialists. The CIS Advisory Committee is responsible for the co-ordination of these processes.. ...
Hands dont have to reveal your true age - with regular care and maintenance, you can improve their appearance. CND® SPAMANICURE® products are specially formulated for the unique needs of hands, so theyre ideal for creating younger-looking skin. Citrus SPAMANICURE® have an uplifting feel and fragrance that pampers overworked hands. Citrus Hydrating Lotion can be used to complete in-house hand treatments, or send home with clients for daily use. The lightweight formula glides easily over skin, leaving a satin-smooth finish that begs to be touched. Hands are younger-looking and more radiant with this citrus essential oil manicure product. Grape seed oil and black tea extract bring even more softness and radiance to every inch of skin. The full Citrus SPAMANICURE® system begins with the Citrus Milk Bath, then proceeds to the Citrus Moisture Scrub and Citrus Illuminating Masque. Finish the treatment with Citrus Hydrating Lotion. The zingy fragrance and silky texture add to the experience, ...
Huanglongbing (HLB) is a destructive disease of citrus production worldwide. All known commercial citrus cultivars are susceptible to HLB. The disease was first noted in Chaoshan area in Guangdong Province of the Peoples Republic of China in the late of 1800s [1] and is currently distributed in 10 citrus producing provinces in South China. HLB is now established in Sao Paulo of Brazil [2] and Florida of the United States [3] where it poses a great threat to the citrus industry. The disease is associated with three species of non-culturable, phloem-limited, α-Proteobacteria: Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus, Ca. L. africanus, and Ca. L. americanus [4, 5]. In both China and U.S., only Ca. L. asiaticus has been detected. Due to the lack of pure culture, Ca. L. asiaticus has been poorly characterized. Little is known about the bacterial biology, genetic diversity, and epidemiology.. Sequence analyses of conserve genomic loci such as 16S rRNA gene and 16S/23S intergenic spacer regions ...
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Tallahassee, Fla. - Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced the appointments of Paul Meador, Steve Johnson and William Bill Poulton to the Florida Citrus Commission (FCC). The FCC is dedicated to overseeing and guiding the activities of the Florida Department of Citrus, conducting a variety of industry programs and regulating the quality standards of citrus grown in Florida.. Paul Meador. Meador, of Fort Denaud, is president of Everglades Harvesting & Hauling, Inc. He currently serves as the vice president of Florida Citrus Mutual and has served on the executive committee of the Florida Fruit and Vegetable Association since 2000. Additionally, he serves on the National Council of Agricultural Employers, the Gulf Citrus Growers Association and was past president of Hendry/Glades County Farm Bureau. Meador is a citrus grower, represents District III and is appointed to a three-year term.. Steve Johnson. Johnson, of Bowling Green, is the president and owner of Johnson Harvesting, Inc. He has ...
10/04/16) BATON ROUGE, La. - Citrus canker, a highly contagious bacterial disease, is costing citrus growers their fruit and income in several parishes.. The disease was first detected around 1914 in Louisiana and declared eradicated by 1940,said LSU AgCenter Plant Doctor Raj Singh. Citrus canker reappeared in the state in June of 2013. As a result, a quarantine zone was established in November 2013 to restrict the movement of citrus trees and other materials that might spread the disease.. Currently, the entire parishes of Orleans and St. Bernard and portions of Jefferson, St. Charles, Lafourche and Plaquemines parishes are quarantined for citrus canker. About a month ago, the disease was found throughout Plaquemines Parish and in two locations in St. John the Baptist Parish. These new areas are in the process of being quarantined by the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry, Singh said.. Federal and state quarantine regulations prevent the movement of citrus plants, any ...
Membrane separation has brought about a significant change in the food processing industry because it could operate separation at low temperature without a reduction of nutrients and bioactive compounds. Citrus limon L. Burm. cv Femminello comune juice, an Italian IGP (Protected Geographical Indication) product, was subjected to the ultrafiltation (UF) process using a cellulose acetate membrane, with a cut-off of 100 kDa, subjected to different transmembrane pressures (TMP, 05–1.5 bar). Untreated and ultra-filtrated (UF) juices were investigated for physicochemical parameters including pH, titratable acidity (TA), total soluble solids (TSS) and ascorbic acid content. Total phenols (TPC) and flavonoids (TFC) contents were also determined. Rutin, hesperidin, eriocitrin, and neohesperidin were selected as markers and quantified by HPLC. Antioxidant potential was investigated by using DPPH, ABTS, and FRAP tests. RACI was used to identify the sample with highest antioxidant potential. The hypoglycemic
A micropropagation protocol was developed for multiplication of seedless lemon (Citrus limon L. cv. Kaghzi Kalan) using nodal explants. The maximum shoot regeneration was observed on low level of ...
The goal of the Citrus Health Response Program (CHRP) is to sustain the United States citrus industry, to maintain growers continued access to export markets, and to safeguard the other citrus growing states against a variety of citrus diseases and pests. This is a collaborative effort involving growers, Federal and State regulatory personnel and researchers.. APHIS, working closely with regulatory officials from Florida and other citrus-producing States, industry stakeholders, university scientists, and scientists with USDAs Agricultural Research Service, has developed the CHRP to compile industry production guidelines and best practices for fruit and nursery stock production that addresses citrus canker and other citrus diseases. The CHRP provides guidelines for nursery stock product compliance and fruit inspection, treatment, and certification. The CHRP will also identify minimum standards, where available, for implementing appropriate survey, diagnostic, and mitigation measures to reduce ...
The deadly citrus tree disease Huanglongbing (HLB) has continued to spread in Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside counties. As of October 2019, more than 1,650 HLB-infected trees have been detected and removed from these areas. The Citrus Pest & Disease Prevention Program (CPDPP) is continuing to ask all California residents - 60% of whom own citrus trees - to protect California citrus and their backyard citrus trees by searching for signs of HLB and the pest that can carry and spread HLB, called the Asian citrus psyllid.. To read about gardening tips please click here. You can also watch a new animated video to learn Citrus Care Tips if you click here. ...
Florida citrus growers make up a bulk of the agriculture industry in Florida. This makes sense as Florida is well-known for its citrus fruits. Floridas citrus provides oranges for Floridas orange juice which is such a stable in the state. With such a high demand for orange juice among Floridas residents and those located outside of the state, farmers are coming up with new and inventive ways to cultivate the citrus plant each year.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Proline accumulation and methylation to proline betaine in citrus. T2 - Implications for genetic engineering of stress resistance. AU - Nolte, Kurt D. AU - Hanson, Andrew D.. AU - Gage, Douglas A.. PY - 1997. Y1 - 1997. N2 - Proline and various betaines can function as osmoprotectants and cryoprotectants when accumulated in the cytoplasm of cells. Genetic engineering can raise levels of these compounds and thereby improve stress resistance; Citrus species are potential candidates for this. Before attempting such engineering, it is necessary to characterize the natural osmoprotectants of Citrus and related genera. We therefore surveyed 55 cultivated and wild species of the Aurantioideae, analyzing proline and betaines in leaves of mature trees. Some citrus relatives accumulated proline alone; others accumulated proline and proline betaine, as did all Citrus species studied. The levels of these two compounds ranged from about 20 to 100 μmol · g-1 dry mass, and were significantly ...
Citrus fruits come from flowering trees and shrubs that are members of the Citrus genus. Citrus fruits are notable for their aroma, juiciness and acidity. Apples are not citrus fruits. They are pomaceous fruits and are members of the rose family.
A clementine (Citrus ×clementina) is a hybrid between a mandarin and a sweet orange. The peel is a dark orange color with a smooth, glossy appearance. They are typically juicy and sweet, with less acid than oranges.
CITRUS FRUITS have long been considered an essential part of a balanced nutritional programme by supplying essential vitamins such as vitamin C, fibre, riboflavin, folic acid, pantothenic acid and a variety of phytochemicals.. In addition, citrus contains no fat, sodium or cholesterol. Characterised by skin, shape and interior pulp, the citrus group incorporates a wide variety of fruits such as lemons, oranges, mandarins, grapefruits, tangelos, pummelo, kumquats, limes, citrons, lavender gem, oro blanco, shaddock, tangerine and ugli fruit. Although oranges are the major fruit in the citrus fruits group, accounting for about 70 percent of citrus output, the group also includes small citrus fruits (such as tangerines, mandarines, clementines and satsumas), lemons and limes and grapefruits. The leading processed form in the group is orange juice.The main energy-yielding nutrient in citrus is carbohydrate; citrus contains the simple carbohydrates (sugars) fructose, glucose and sucrose, as well as ...
Whats the Big Deal About a Couple of Orange Peels?. In todays world of better living through chemistry, the natural properties of citrus come shining through the chemical fog. The natural cleaning properties of citrus were recognized by your great grandmother. Many recipes for cleaning compounds containing citrus can be found in old cook books. It wasnt until the 1960s that citrus cleaners began to play a larger role in business & industry. The use of citrus based products has come about because the U.S. EPA and OSHA has encouraged the use of less toxic solvents in industry, thereby helping acceptance of citrus cleaners. If you take an orange peel and squeeze it, clear drops come from the peel. This is orange oil. It is very flammable in this form. This helps make it a good solvent. Citrus based products are safer to be around than most petrochemical solvents and do a good job of replacing many of these solvents. What Can You Do With Citrus Cleaners?. You can degrease your stove. Clean ...
Clementine, Citrus clementina is Vitamin C and Carbohydrate rich which provide high content of Vitamin C, assist to lose weight, skin health and bone health.
REDLANDS - A tiny insect known to carry a disease that is deadly to citrus trees has been found in the city. The Asian citrus psyllid, which can carry huanglongbing, or citrus greening, was found in the middle of the city on Dec. 17, a discovery that was confirmed this past week, according to county Agriculture Commissioner Grif Thomas. None of the insects found in the area so far have carried the bacteria that causes citrus greening, he said Wednesday. Today well set traps in the commercial area, increase trapping around commercial groves to make sure it doesnt get in, said Ted Batkin, president of the California Citrus Research Board. The insect also has been found recently in Rancho Cucamonga, Upland and Montclair, and spraying was started in Upland and Montclair, Thomas said. The citrus board announced Tuesday the bug also was found in a commercial grove in the La Conchita area of Ventura County. Thomas said that when an insect discovery is confirmed, agricultural commissioners survey ...
They can help boost your brain health. Antioxidant-rich flavonoids in citrus fruits may help improve brain health and reduce the risk of neurodegenerative disease like Parkinsons disease and Alzheimers, says Sheth.In fact, a 2017 study from the British Journal of Nutrition surveyed more than 13,000 elderly Japanese people and found that those who ate a daily serving of citrus fruits were 23 percent less likely to be diagnosed with dementia than those who dug in twice a week or less. These diseases typically happen due to a breakdown of cells, and flavonoids help reduce that breakdown, Sheth explains.. They can help reduce your risk of kidney stones. A higher-than-normal concentration of minerals in your urine can cause the formation of kidney stones, or very painful mineral crystals. One particular type of kidney stone is caused by low levels of urinary citrate. A large 2014 study from Urology found that kidney stones are more common in people who eat fewer citrus fruits. Citrus foods can ...
The major types of edible citrus include sweet and sour oranges,lemons, limes, mandarins and grapefruit. These are grown extensivelyaround the world, the major producers being Brazil, countries borderingthe Mediterranean, and the USA. This book adopts an internationalperspective on citrus, including its biology and cultivation as well asconsideration of the citrus industry. It describes the scientific basisof production practices and is aimed at professionals in the industry aswell as advanced students of horticulture and allied disciplines withinplant science and food science. - Contents: History, distribution anduses of citrus fruits/ Taxonomy, cultivars and breeding/ Environmentalconstraints on growth, development and physiology of citrus/ Rootstocks/Plant husbandry/ Pests and diseases/ Fruit quality, harvesting andpostharvest technology ...
How to Store Citrus Fruit. Storage methods for citrus fruit vary based on the type of citrus you wish to keep preserved, how long they need to be kept fresh and they way you intend to serve them. Properly storing citrus fruit can ensure...
All of us must have heard of citrus fruits before But do you know any other citrus fruits besides oranges? Here is a long list but they dont include all of them: 1) Navel Oranges 2) Mandarin Oranges 3) Lime 4) Desert Lime 5) Kaffir Limes ...
This publication is part of a series about understanding nutrient requirements for citrus trees. For the rest of the series, visit http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/topic_series_citrus_tree_nutrients.. To maintain a viable citrus industry, Florida growers must consistently and economically produce large, high-quality fruit crops from year to year. Efficiently producing maximum yields of high-quality fruit is difficult without understanding soil and nutrient requirements of bearing citrus trees. Most Florida citrus is grown on soils inherently low in fertility with low cation exchange capacity (CEC) and low water-holding capacity, thus soils are unable to retain sufficient quantities of available plant nutrients against leaching caused by rainfall or excessive irrigation.. Seventeen elements are considered necessary for the growth of green plants: carbon (C), hydrogen (H), oxygen (O), nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K), magnesium (Mg), calcium (Ca), sulfur (S), manganese (Mn), zinc (Zn), iron ...
Clementine vs Orange juice - In-Depth Nutrition Comparison. Compare Clementine to Orange juice by vitamins and minerals using the only readable nutrition comparison tool.
The citrus greening crisis in Florida and across the U.S. is receiving $20.1 million dollars to bring growers closer to a solution. The USDAs National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) awarded the grants to university researchers and extension projects working to fight Huanglongbing (HLB) or greening disease.. Citrus greening has affected more than 75 percent of Florida citrus crops and threatens production all across the United States, said Secretary Tom Vilsack. The research and extension projects funded today bring us one step closer to providing growers real tools to fight this disease, from early detection to creating long-term solutions for the industry, producers and workers.. The Specialty Crop Research Initiative (SCRI) program was created to support specialty crop production through research and extension activities. Since it began in 2014 the USDA has put forward $43.6 million into combating citrus greening disease. The disease has affected the majority of Floridas ...
Citrus huanglongbing (HLB) disease is caused by endogenous, phloem-restricted, Gram negative, uncultured bacteria named Candidatus Liberibacter africanus (CaLaf), Ca. L. asiaticus (CaLas), and Ca. L. americanus (CaLam), depending on the continent where the bacteria were first detected. The Asian citrus psyllid vector, Diaphorina citri, transmits CaLas and CaLam and both Liberibacter species are present in Brazil. Several studies of the transcriptional response of citrus plants manifesting HLB symptoms have been reported, but only for CaLas infection. This study evaluated the transcriptional reprogramming of a susceptible genotype of sweet orange challenged with CaLam, using a customized 385K microarray containing approximately 32,000 unigene transcripts. We analyzed global changes in gene expression of CaLam-infected leaves of sweet orange during the symptomatic stage of infection and compared the results with previously published microarray studies that used CaLas-infected plants. Twenty candidate
About CITRUS AURANTIUM DULCIS (SWEET ORANGE) OIL: Volatile oil expressed from the fresh peel of the orange fruit.. Function(s): Fragrance Ingredient; ASTRINGENT; MASKING; SKIN CONDITIONING; TONIC. Synonym(s): CITRUS AURANTIUM DULCIS (ORANGE) OIL, ABSOLUE ORANGE FLOWER; ABSOLUE ORANGE FLOWER DECOLOREE; ABSOLUE ORANGE FLOWER FROM WATER; ABSOLUTE ORANGE FLOWERS; ABSOLUTE PETITGRAIN; NEROLI OIL; NEROLI OIL, POMMADE; CITRUS SINENSIS OIL; OIL SWEET; CITRUS AURANTIUM DULCIS OIL; CITRUS SINENSIS (SWEET ORANGE) ESSENTIAL OIL; CITRUS SINENSIS (SWEET ORANGE) OIL; CITRUS SINENSIS ESSENTIAL OIL; CITRUS SINENSIS OIL; OIL OF ORANGE; OILS, ORANGE, SWEET; ORANGE ESSENTIAL OIL; ORANGE OIL; ORANGE OIL TERPENELESS (CITRUS SINENSIS (L.) OSBECK) ...
FANTA, NORA; ORTEGA, XIMENA and PEREZ, LUZ M. The development of Alternaria alternata is prevented by chitinases and ß-1,3- glucanases from Citrus limon seedlings. Biol. Res. [online]. 2003, vol.36, n.3-4, pp.411-420. ISSN 0716-9760. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0716-97602003000300012.. In addition to phytoalexin synthesis, the defense response of intact Citrus limon seedlings against Alternaria alternata involves both constitutive and induced enzyme activities such as chitinases (Ch) and ß-1,3-glucanases (Glu). A. alternata conidial germination was prevented by protein extracts from inoculated lemon seedlings, but also by extracts from mock-inoculated specimens. On the other hand, degradation of mycelia was accomplished only by protein extracts from inoculated seedlings. The presence of six Ch isoenzymes and of four Glu isoenzymes was detected in protein extracts from mock-inoculated seedlings. As a result of fungal inoculation, the isoenzyme pattern of Ch and Glu changed, making possible the ...
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Image by JIRCAS Library Citrus foot rot, often known as gummosis of citrus or brown rot of citrus trees, is a major disease that wreaks havoc on citrus trees around the world. Read on to learn more about citrus gummosis problems and what you can do to prevent the disease from spreading. Citrus Gummosis Information What causes citrus foot rot?. Citrus foot rot is a disease caused by Phytophthora, an aggressive fungus that lives in the soil. Phytophthora requires moisture to move to trees via rain, irrigation, or whenever spores splash on tree trunks. Trees can develop citrus root rot symptoms very quickly in rainy weather and cool, moist climates.. Citrus Foot Rot Symptoms Citrus foot rot symptoms include yellowing foliage and leaf dieback, along with reduced yield and smaller fruit. The water soaked, brownish or black lesions spread around the trunk, eventually girdling the tree.. This may occur rapidly, or it may continue for several years, depending on environmental conditions. Managing Citrus ...
Author(s): Zhou, Lijuan; Powell, Charles A.; Duan, Yongping | Abstract: As an intracellular bacterium, Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus (Las) lacks known transposons and IS elements but contains at least two prophages/phages. In this study, we revealed the genetic diversity and population dynamics of this bacterium based on two prophage hyper-variable regions (HVRs) using separate libraries constructed from citrus, periwinkle and psyllid. A total of 9 variants were identified, including 4 abundance types A, B, C, D and 5 rare types E, A1, A2, C1 and C2. The two HVRs, Type A and B, share highly conserved sequences and are localize to the two prophages, FP1 and FP2, respectively. The most abundant type in the psyllid library was Type A (36.71%), followed by Type B (25.17%) and Type C (19.72), but there was no Type D. However, the most abundant type in citrus was Type B (64.24%), followed by Type A (20.14%), C (11.11%) and D (1.39%). More interestingly, the Type A sequence was a very rare group (0.36%)
Instructions for use: Sweep the color from the heart of your lips to the corners 3.4g/ 0.12oz. Ingredients: Triethylexanoin, Polglyceryl-2 Triisostearate, Heptylundecyl Hydroxystearate, Hydrogenated Polyisobutene, Polyethylene, Cera Microcristallina (Microcrystalline Wax), Candelilla Cera [Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax], Dipentaerythrityl Hexahydroxystrearate, Diisostearyl Malate, C10-30 Cholesterol/ Lanosterol Esters, Cellulose, Linseed Oil/ Palm Oil Aminopropanediol Esters, Sodium Hyaluronate, Euterpe Oleracea (Euterpe Oleracea Fruit Oil), Tocopherol, Citrus Sinensis [Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil], Citrus Nobilis [Citrus Nobilis (Mandarin Orange) Peel Oil], Glycerin, Citrus Reticulata [Citrus Reticulata (Tangerine) Leaf Oil], Aniba Rosaeodora [Aniba Rosaeodora (Rosewood) Wood Oil], Citrus Aurantium Amara [Citrus Aurantium Amara (Bitter Orange) Peel Oil], Citrus Aurantium Bergamia [Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil], Anthemis Nobilis (Anthemis Nobilis Flower Oil),
Viroid is small and exists less in host, which is difficult to purify. General method of purification is phenol extract, remove carbohydrate, dialysis, LiCl partition, DNase degradation and cellulose chromatography. The procedure is complicated, recovery ratio is less and the pure sample which is adapted to all kinds of use can t be gotten. A procedure for the separation and preparation of citrus exocortis viroid (CEV)is reported Nucleic acids were extracted from citrus leaves by phenolchloroform treament T...
There has been controversy over whether glyphosate used for weed management in citrus fields causes significant toxicity to citrus plants. Glyphosate may be toxic to non-target plants exposed to accidental application or drift. This work evaluated glyphosate toxicity in plants of Valencia citrus (Citrus sinensis L. Osbeck) grafted onto Rangpur lime (Citrus limonia L. Osbeck) and citrumelo Swingle (Poncirus trifoliata (L.) Raf×Citrus paradisi Macf) by trunk- or foliar-directed herbicide applications under field conditions. In the first experiment, glyphosate was sprayed at rates of 0, 90, 180, 260, 540, 1080 and 2160 g a.e. ha-1 directly on the trunk to a height of 5 cm above the grafting region. In the second experiment, glyphosate was sprayed on the plant canopies at rates of 0, 0.036, 0.36, 3.6, 36, 360 and 720 g a.e. ha-1. There was no visual damage caused by glyphosate applied directly to the trunk, but the plants were affected by glyphosate sprayed directly on the canopies at rates ...
The South African Citrus Industry is the second largest exporter of citrus, after Spain. The industry is under pressure to supply high quality fruit as well as to expand into new, high paying markets. However, high paying markets such as Japan and the USA require cold sterilised fruit as obligatory quarantine treatments against Mediterranean fruit fly (Ceratitis capitata) in order to reduce any possible spread of the pest. Citrus fruit originated from tropical climates and hence are chilling susceptible. Chilling injury symptoms appear as dark brown spots, pitting and/or decay when fruit are transferred to shelf temperatures; thus reducing the marketability of citrus fruit. Therefore, there is need for methods to mitigate chilling injury. Previous studies have shown silicon to mitigate many forms of stress without any hazardous effect on human health. Thus, the aim of the study was to investigate the potential of post-harvest silicon dips in mitigating chilling symptoms in citrus fruit. Briefly, ...
Chloroplast simple sequence repeat (cpSSR) markers in Citrus were developed and used to analyze chloroplast diversity of Citrus and closely related genera. Fourteen cpSSR primer pairs from the chloroplast genomes of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) and Arabidopsis were found useful for analyzing the Citrus chloroplast genome (cpDNA) and recoded with the prefix SPCC (SSR Primers for Citrus Chloroplast). Eleven of the 14 primer pairs revealed some degree of polymorphism among 34 genotypes of Citrus, Fortunella, Poncirus and some of their hybrids, with polymorphism information content (PIC) values ranging from 0.057 to 0.732, and 18 haplotypes were identified. The cpSSR data were analyzed with NTSYS-pc software, and the genetic relationships suggested by the unweighted pair group method based on arithmetic means (UPGMA) dendrogram were congruent with previous taxonomic investigations: the results showed that all samples fell into seven major clusters, i.e., Citrus medica L., Poncirus, Fortunella, C. ...
This paper deals with the Purification method of citrus tristeza virus (CTV) from infected sweet orange(Citrus sinensis[L]. Osbeck). The frozen and infected tissues were homogenized with 0.1mol/L Tris-buffer pH8.4 which contains 0.15% TritonX-100. After several differential centrifugations including two times of precipitation with PEG (MW 6,000), the supernatant was centrifuged by incontinuous sucrose density gradient of 200-400mg/ml and 600 mg/ml at 30,000 r/m (Hitachi, RPT 40 rot) for 3 hours. Then the ba...
Plant Disease 85:910-918...Plant Disease 85:910-918...Survey Methods for Assessment of Citrus tristeza virus Incidence in Citrus Nurseries...G. Hughes , Institute of Ecology and Resource Management, University of Edinburgh, West Mains Road, EH9 3JG, Scotland, UK ; and T. R. Gottwald , USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Ft. Pierce, FL 34945...
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Background: Improvement of Citrus, the most economically important fruit crop in the world, is extremely slow and inherently costly because of the long-term nature of tree breeding and an unusual combination of reproductive characteristics. Aside from disease resistance, major commercial traits in Citrus are improved fruit quality, higher yield and tolerance to environmental stresses, especially salinity. Results: A normalized full length and 9 standard cDNA libraries were generated, representing particular treatments and tissues from selected varieties ( Citrus clementina and C. sinensis) and rootstocks ( C. reshni, and C. sinenis x Poncirus trifoliata) differing in fruit quality, resistance to abscission, and tolerance to salinity. The goal of this work was to provide a large expressed sequence tag ( EST) collection enriched with transcripts related to these well appreciated agronomical traits. Towards this end, more than 54000 ESTs derived from these libraries were analyzed and annotated. ...
Japanese researchers discovered that β-Cryptoxanthin and hesperidin possess inhibitory effects on carcinogenesis in several rodent and mouse tissues. For their experiment they chemically induced cancer in the rat colon, rat tongue, and mouse lung. They then prepared a formula of pulp and citrus juices from the satsuma mandarin (Citrus unshiu Mar.). Satsuma mandarin (Citrus unshiu Mar.) juice and pulp contains high amounts of β-cryptoxanthin and hesperidin. Their formula inhibited tumorigenesis in all three cancers. 1. Beta-cryptoxanthin belongs to the class of carotenoids, more specifically the xanthophylls. In the human body, beta-cryptoxanthin is converted to vitamin A (retinol) and is therefore considered as a pro-vitamin A.. Hesperidin is a flavan-on glycoside found in citrus fruits. Its aglycone form is called hesperetin. Hesperidin inhibits chemically induced carcinogenesis in several organs. 2. The study from the Japanese researchers demonstrate that oral administration of ...
Citrus tristeza virus (CTV), a member of the Closteroviridae, has a 19.3-kb positive-stranded RNA genome that is organized into 12 open reading frames (ORFs) with the 10 3 genes expressed via a nested set of nine or ten 3-coterminal subgenomic mRNAs (sgRNAs). Relatively large amounts of negative-stranded RNAs complementary to both genomic and sgRNAs accumulate in infected cells. As is characteristic of RNA viruses, wild-type CTV produced more positive than negative strands, with the plus-to-minus ratios of genomic and sgRNAs estimated at 10 to 20:1 and 40 to 50:1, respectively. However, a mutant with all of the 3 genes deleted replicated efficiently, but produced plus to minus strands at a markedly decreased ratio of 1 to 2:1. Deletion analysis of 3-end genes revealed that the p23 ORF was involved in asymmetric RNA accumulation. A mutation which caused a frameshift after the fifth codon resulted in nearly symmetrical RNA accumulation, suggesting that the p23 protein, not a cis-acting element within
Before the first use, it is recommended to perform the so-called Patch test, that is, apply and test the cosmetic product for its compatibility on a small area of ​​skin, preferably on the wrist and wait 24 hours. This method can prevent the onset of allergic reactions and hypersensitivity to the product. If an allergic reaction occurs after application, wash the skin surface with lukewarm water. Stop using the product immediately. If the allergic reaction persists for a long time, seek medical attention.. Ingredients: Cera Alba *, Cocos Nucifera Oil *, Ricinus Communis Seed Oil *, Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter *, Prunus Armeniaca Seed Oil *, Vitis Vinifera Seed Oil *, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter *, Citrus Limon Fruit Extract *, Citrus Reticulata Fruit Extract *, Citrus Sinensis Peel Extract *, Citrus Grandis Fruit Extract *, Iron Oxide, ***Citral, ***Limonene, ***Linalool, ***Geraniol, ***Citronellol, ***Eugenol ...
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Photothermal techniques were used to study thermal diffusivity, thermal diffusivity, thermal conductivity and specific heat of folded and non-folded citrus essential oils and their corresponding terpenes; the latter are derivatives of the folding process. Experimental results show that thermal properties of all citrus essential oils are comparable. However due to a decrease on D-limonene and other monoterpenes with the folding process, thermal properties of folded citrus oils are higher than those for unfolded citrus oils. Moreover, thermal properties of various citrus terpenes are lower than those of folded and unfolded citrus oils. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) reveals significant differences (p < 0.05) among means for thermal data with the folding degree and fruit type for citrus oils. Valued obtained in this work, most of them not available in the literature thus far, together with values expected to emerge from future photothermal calorimetric experiments, might be used in the modelling and ...
Citrus aurantium. Citrus Г- aurantium L., Rutaceae (bitter orange) is an evergreen tree with very fragrant flowers and orange, acidic-tasting fruit (Fleming, 2000). The fruit peel is rich in essential oil, mostly composed of terpenes, with limonene as the main constituent. obtained will be immiscible and result in two layers. This allows for easy separation of the water. from the desired oil. The objective was to extract orange oil from an orange peel solution. through steam distillation. To determine the structure and composition of the orange oil several tests can be run.. According also in livestrong.com How to whiten teeth with orange peels, the albedo the white portion of an orange peel contains vitamin C, limonene, glucarate, pectin, soluble fiber, and other compounds. Limonene a natural solvent cleaner is extracted from orange peels and … Citrus aurantium. Citrus Г- aurantium L., Rutaceae (bitter orange) is an evergreen tree with very fragrant flowers and orange, acidic-tasting ...
This work studied the hydraulic characteristics and physiological behavior of two trifoliate orange (Poncirus trifoliata L. Raft) varieties-Flying Dragon (FD) and Rubidoux (RT)-with contrasting size-controlling potential when used as rootstocks for citrus trees. Thus, Valencia orange scions growing on RT root system develop about 40 % more biomass than scions on FD. The anatomical study of xylem root tissue of both rootstocks showed that the number of vessels per cross-sectional area in RT almost doubled that found in FD, whereas diameter distribution did not vary significantly. Hydraulic resistance determined in rootstocks, and bud union segments were, respectively, 2- and 3.4-fold higher in trees on FD than in trees on RT. Root systems accounted for 46.5 and 55.2 % of whole-plant hydraulic resistance, whereas bud union segments represented 7.5 and 14.6 % of this parameter, the dwarfing rootstock (FD) having the highest values. Reduced hydraulic conductance in plants on FD rootstock diminished ...
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October 17, 2016. After the discovery in September of an insect that can carry a disease fatal to citrus trees, the California Department of Food and Agriculture has placed trees in a 118-square-mile area near Lincoln under quarantine.. The quarantine zone is bordered on the north by Riosa Road; on the south by the Roseville city limit; on the west by Brewer Road; and on the east by Fowler Road. The quarantine map for Placer County is available online at: http://maps.cdfa.ca.gov/QuarantineBoundaries/ACP/ACP_147.pdf.. The quarantine prohibits the movement of citrus and curry leaf tree nursery stock, including all plant parts except fruit, out of the quarantine area and requires that all citrus fruit be cleaned of leaves and stems prior to moving out of the quarantine area. An exception may be made for nursery stock and budwood grown in U.S. Department of Agriculture-approved structures, which are designed to keep the insects and other insects out. Residents with backyard citrus trees in the ...
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Phytopathology 93:832-843...Phytopathology 93:832-843...Disease Development and Symptom Expression of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. citri in Various Citrus Plant Tissues...C. J. Vernière , T. R. Gottwald , and O. Pruvost...
From the Arizona Republic:. An insect known to transmit a dreaded citrus-greening disease has been found in medicinal tea brought through Nogales from Mexico, raising new fears that the bug could still find its way deep into Arizona.. Before that, the only place in Arizona the insect had been detected was Yuma County, which was put under quarantine by the Arizona Department of Agriculture in November 2009 after two Asian citrus psyllids were found. The quarantine, which is still in place, restricts the movement of citrus trees and fruit in and out of the county.. In the latest discovery, a traveler coming from Mexico on Jan. 4 declared fresh citrus leaves being brought in for a medicinal tea, the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol said Tuesday.. Discovery of citrus pest raises fears of spread in Arizona. ...
A number of researches have been performed in the field of elemental analysis of fruitsfrom different areas of Iran and there is a vast unstudied area in this field. In this study, seven mineral elements such as Na, K, Ca, Mg, Fe, Zn and Cu in the tree soil, citrus limunum juice of Gorgan and Iranshahr gardens and citrus limetta juice of Gorgan and Bandarabas gardens were determined by flame photometry and atomic absorption spectrometry methods using standard addition technique. The results showed that the concentration of K and Cu elements in the samples of fruits was higher and lower than other elements, respectively. The concentration of Na and K elements in the citrus limetta sample of Bandarabas was more than that of the Gorgan sample. The concentration of Fe and Mg elements in the citrus limunum sample of Gorgan was more than that of the Iranshahr sample. The measurments showed that the concentration of Ca and Zn elements in the tree soil samples of citrus limunum, was higher and lower than the
Volatile oils were extracted from aqueous leaf suspensions of sweet orange [Citrus sinensis (L.) Osb.] cultivars Hamlin, Navel, and Valencia and grapefruit (Citrus paradisi Macf.) cultivars Marsh and Ray Ruby. Pressurized air was used as the sparging gas, and volatile oils were collected in a C-18 cartridge. Gas-liquid chromatography was used to separate and quantify 17 volatile components. Significant quantitative differences for individual components made it possible to distinguish sweet orange from grapefruit (four components), `Marsh from `Ray Ruby grapefruit (two components), `Hamlin from `Valencia or `Navel orange (six components), and `Valencia from `Navel (three components). The simplicity and sensitivity of the procedure suggest potential use for Citrus taxonomic, genetic, and breeding research. ...
Between January and February 2007, diel variability in carbon dioxide (CO2) and water vapour (H2O) exchange with leaf temperature on four potted 5-year-old navel orange trees [Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck] on an open-air laboratory on the roof of the Physics Department (University of Zimbabwe) was measured. Two of the four trees were of the Baianinha variety while the other two were Navelina. An automated dynamic chamber (cuvette) was installed sequentially on each of the four trees with flux measurements on a selected branch of each tree typically taking ten days. Out of the ten days on each tree, three days consisted of measurements under full solar radiation, three days under a single layer plastic mesh shade net whose transmittivity was found to be 24 % of full solar radiation, and the remainder of the ten day period under a double layer net (7 % transmittivity). Leaf temperature was measured as well as branch and stem sap flow rates. Results showed that photosynthesis was highest when leaf ...
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Citrus greening disease [Huanglongbing (HLB)] is the most destructive disease of citrus. In this work, we have established a metabolite-based mass spectrometry (MS) method for rapid detection of HLB in navel orange trees. Without sample pretreatment, characteristic mass spectra can be directly obtained from the raw plant samples using the direct MS method. The whole detection process can be accomplished within 1 min. By monitoring and comparisons of the healthy and infected plants throughout a whole year, characteristic MS peaks of metabolites are found to be specific responses from infected plants and, thus, could be used as biomarkers for detection of HLB. Therefore, HLB could be directly detected in the asymptomatic samples, such as stems, using this metabolite-based direct MS method. In addition, principal component analysis and partial least squares discriminant analysis modes of metabolites from healthy and infected trees were established for investigating differentiation and seasonal ...
Citation: Hert, M., Hunter, W.B., Katsar, C.S., Sinisterra, X.H., Hall, D.G., Katsar, C.S., Powell, C.A. 2009. Reovirus-like sequences isolated from adult Asian citrus psyllid, (Hemiptera: Psyllidae: Diaphorina Citri). Florida Entomologist. 92:314-320. Interpretive Summary: We discovered an insect infecting virus in field collected Asian citrus psyllids in Florida. The Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri Kuwayama (Hemiptera: Psyllidae) is a small insect that feeds on the sap of citrus trees and is the primary vector of the plant pathogenic bacterium, Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticum, which causes Huanglongbing, HLB, also known as Citrus Greening. The bacterium, which was recently discovered in Florida, causes severe economic losses to citrus making the fruit taste bad. To identify new biological control agents in psyllid populations we examined the genetic sequences from adult psyllids collected from citrus trees. We identified a new insect virus which was similar to the insect-infecting ...
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Bitter orange, Seville orange, sour orange, bigarade orange, or marmalade orange refers to a citrus tree (Citrus × aurantium) and its fruit. It is hybrid between Citrus maxima (pomelo) and Citrus reticulata (mandarin). Many varieties of bitter orange are used for their essential oil, which is used in perfume, as a flavoring and as a solvent. Bitter orange is also employed as a stimulant and appetite suppressant, due to its active ingredient, synephrine.. ...
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[email protected] World War II Veteran Honors Citrus College Counselor for Military and Community Service Glendora, Calif. (July 2, 2019) - Citrus College alumnus and current academic counselor David Rodriguez recently received the Carl Harstine Patriot Award for his military service and contributions to the Citrus College Veterans Success Center. In a touching ceremony facilitated by Americas Christian Credit Union and hosted by Citrus College, Mr. Rodriguez was presented with the award by Carl Harstine, a soon-to-be 94-year-old World War II U.S. Marine Corps veteran and current resident of Glendora. Mr. Harstine shared his experiences about surviving combat in the South Pacific before commending Mr. Rodriguez for his military service and commitment to the student veterans at Citrus College. Mr. Rodriguez, who became an academic counselor to help students reach their educational, personal and career goals, was unaware that he had been nominated for the award until a few weeks before ...
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To get an insight into the mechanisms underlying resistance of citrus fruit against Penicillium digitatum, we have analyzed at the enzyme activity and gene expression levels the possible involvement of phenylalanine ammonia-lyase (PAL), peroxidase, β-1,3-glucanase and chitinase in the flavedo (outer colored part of the fruit peel) and albedo (the inner white part) in elicited fruit. As a tool to induce resistance, we inoculated oranges with P. digitatum and 1 d later fruit were exposed to a hot air treatment at 37 °C for 3 d. All enzyme activities increased in parallel with increased resistance, especially in the albedo, although the highest activities were generally found in the flavedo. Expression of the gene encoding PAL and that of the genes coding for the basic, rather than for the acidic, isoforms of the PR proteins was also induced in both tissues, but most markedly in the albedo ...
Poncirus trifoliata, commonly called hardy orange, a citrus relative, is a thorny, well-branched, deciduous shrub or small tree which typically grow 8-15 (less frequently to 20) tall. Three-lobed (trifoliate as per the species name) leaves emerge yellowish-green in spring, turn glossy dark green in summer and fade to yellow in autumn. Spiny, dark green stems. Fragrant, white, 4-7 petaled flowers (to 2 diameter) appear singly in spring. Flowers give way to 1-2.5 diameter fruits (miniature downy hardy oranges) which ripen to an attractive yellow in the fall. Fruits of this citrus relative are edible (lemony flavor), but are very acidic and seedy. Fruits can used to make marmalade (use peel zest and pulp), but are usually left on the tree where they persist well into winter and often provide significant ornamental interest ...
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Citrus juice or citrus oil is considered to be one of the best home remedies for treating scabies. Fruits such as lemon, oranges and grapes are known to be rich in citrus content. Other products such as citrus based mouth wash can also be used to treat scabies. The best way to use citrus products is to apply the citrus extracts from the fruits directly over the affected area on the skin and leave it for some time so that the juice or oil completely dries and then wash out the juice thoroughly with warm water. Repeat the process several time till the infection disappears completely. If you are other citrus based products such as mouth wash ensure that it is safe to use it topically. If the citrus content is strong you can dilute it with vegetable oil. Use any of the citrus products you want to get rid of the itch and the infection.. 2. Mixture of peppermint, tea-tree and neem oil. ...
Bacterial citrus canker, caused by Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri, is a major disease of citrus throughout the world. The pthA bacterial effector protein, as an essential element for pathogenesis, is...
One pilot study from 2008 on the role of modified citrus pectin as an effective chelator of lead in children hospitalized with toxic lead levels found a dramatic decrease in blood serum levels of lead(P = .0016; 161% average change) and a dramatic increase in 24-hour urine collection (P = .0007; 132% average change).. The study concluded -. The need for a gentle, safe heavy metal-chelating agent, especially for children with high environmental chronic exposure, is great. The dramatic results and no observed adverse effects in this pilot study along with previous reports of the safe and effective use of MCP in adults indicate that MCP could be such an agent. Further studies to confirm its benefits are justified. [1]. Five case studies from 2007 showed a significant reduction in toxic heavy metals (74% average decrease), which was achieved without side effects, with the use of PectaSol-C (modified citrus pectin) (MCP) (EcoNugenics; Santa Rosa, CA, USA) alone or with an MCP/alginates ...
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English name: Citrus bioflavonoids Latin Name: Citrus Aurantium L. Part of Plant Used: Fruit Ingredients: Citrus Bioflavonoids Source: 100% Nature