Japanese pear


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In Brazil, the most important are Peraeuropeia, Pyruscommunis L., oriental pear, Asian or Japanese pear, Pyruspyrifolia (Burm) Nak., and the hybrid variety arising from a cross between the two types last mentioned (NAKASU et al., 2007).
It blends ingredients from around the globe, like Japanese pear, cardamom and Haitian vetiver, for a fresh and youthful blend.
Coach for Men Eau de Toilette, PS45 for 60ml, John Lewis (available September 12) It's inspired by American rebels but uses ingredients from around the globe, such as Japanese pear, cardamom and Haitian vetiver, to create a fresh and youthful blend.
The participants tasted two kinds of sweets prepared by the distinguished chefs and pastry chefs, using fruits (apple and Japanese pear) grown in and provided by Fukushima City and peach juice provided by Fukushima Prefecture, and expressed their support towards the recovery of agriculture, forestry and fisheries in Fukushima and other affected areas.
The main Japanese pear cultivars originated in other countries (FAORO, 2001), in colder regions with more stable temperatures than those in southern Brazil.
Among rosaceous members, Japanese pear (Pyrus pyrifolia) is the first species in which pistil S-allele specific proteins were successfully identified as S-RNases [3].
THE NASHI, or Japanese pear, was officially launched in Cyprus yesterday by Agriculture Minister, Demetris EliadesSpeaking at a news conference, Eliades said the Nashi, which is being grown in Kyperounda, promoted good health and is considered one of the most nutritious fruits in the world.The pear was first researched as a viable fruit for Cyprus in the 1990s.
A mix of bamboo, lotus flower and Japanese Pear, this fruity floral is crisp and light.
For our experiments, it was used fourteenyear-old Japanese pear trees (Pyrus pyrifolia (Burm.
Determination of the best maturity for harvest and the best harvesting index of japanese pear. Bulletim of the Fruit Tree Research Station A, Isukuba, n.8, p.1-12, 1981.

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