Limau

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?Limau
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Klasifikasi ilmiah
Karajaan: Plantae
(indak tamasuak) Eudicots
Ordo: Sapindales
Famili: Rutaceae
Upafamili: Aurantioideae
Bangsa: Citreae
Genus: Citrus
L.
Spesies jo hibrida

Spesies pantiang:
Citrus maximaPomelo
Citrus medicaCitron
Citrus micranthaPapeda
Citrus reticulataMandarin orange


Hibrida pantiang:
Citrus × aurantiifoliaKey lime
Citrus × aurantiumBitter orange
Citrus × latifoliaPersian lime
Citrus × limonLemon
Citrus × limoniaRangpur
Citrus × paradisiGrapefruit
Citrus × sinensisSweet orange
Citrus × tangerinaTangerine
Caliak pulo di bawah untuak spesies jo hibrida lainnyo.

Sinonim

Eremocitrus
Microcitrus
dan caliak pado tulisan

Limau adolah namo umum untuak sadonyo tumbuahan babungo dari genus Citrus dari familia Rutaceae. Riset taakia manunjuakan baso kamungkinan asa limau dari Australia, Kaledonia Baru, dan Papua,[1] walau banyak pulo pariset nan picayo baso asa tumbuahan ko dari sabagian wilayah Asia Tenggara nan babateh jo India Utara, Myanmar, sarato propinsi Yunnan di Cino.[2][3][4] di mano dari wilayah iko lah babarapo spesies komersial sarupo limau manih, limau puruik, dan limau sitrun baasa. Limau alah ditanam urang di daerah nan taruih sajo batambah laweh sajak maso daulu; sadang jinih-jinih nan tanamo misanyo limau manih, limau sitrun, grapefruit (sajinih limau gadang), jo limau kapeh. Talapeh dari adonyo kasarupoan tatantu, nanas indak lah tamasuah dalam jinih limau.[5][6]

Rujuakan[suntiang | suntiang sumber]

  1. Liu, Y.; Heying, E.; Tanumihardjo, S. (2012). "History, Global Distribution, and Nutritional Importance of Citrus Fruits". Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety 11: 6. doi:10.1111/j.1541-4337.2012.00201.x. 
  2. Gmitter, Frederick; Hu, Xulan (1990). "The possible role of Yunnan, China, in the origin of contemporary Citrus species (Rutaceae)". Economic Botany 44 (2): 267–277. doi:10.1007/bf02860491. http://www.springerlink.com/content/vp0u360m6471488t. 
  3. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Market Information in the Commodities Area: Citrus fruits [1]
  4. Scora, Rainer W. (1975). "On the history and origin of citrus". Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 102 (6): 369–375. 
  5. [http://www.urbansacredgarden.com/pineapple-a-citrus-fruit/ Pineapple: A Citrus Fruit?
    To begin with a horticultural perspective, Pineapple plants are in the Bromeliad family, a variety of short perennials known for their long pointy leaves of various colored singular center blooming flowers. The fruit is created by the fusing together of numerous small berries, and the fruit won’t ripen much after being picked. Citrus, however, is in the Rutaceae family, an evergreen leafy and multi-flowered shrub or tree. A Citrus fruit is a singular, specialized berry, not a combination of multiple berries, and will ripen after it is picked from the tree.
  6. Pineapple Isn't Citrus (Not that there's anything wrong with that)
    Yes, pineapples are fruit, as are oranges, lemons, grapefruit, etc. They pleasingly blend tartness with sweetness. They thrive in warm climates. But citrus plants are members of the family Rutaceae, and pineapples are members of the Bromeliaceae family, which includes Spanish moss and several common houseplants.