is a cross between a tangerine and what other fruit?
This study aimed to evaluate the quality of 'Ortanique
' tangor [Citrus reticulata Blanco x Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck] fruit in post-harvest and under refrigerated storage after the application of resistance inducers in pre-harvest in the 2015 and 2016 crops.
reticulata Blanco] cultivar 'Ortanique
', collected in a commercial orchard in the municipality of Rosario do Sul (Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil) (30.1512861[degrees]S, 55.2049694[degrees]W).
Palou, "Effect of antifungal hydroxypropyl methylcellulose-lipid edible composite coatings on penicillium decay development and postharvest quality of cold-stored "ortanique
" mandarins," Journal of Food Science, vol.
Modulation of antioxidant enzymes activities and lipid peroxidation products in diet-induced hypercholesterolemic rats fed ortanique
peel polymethoxylated flavones extract.
During a second trial, initially, eight tangerine resistant varieties (Cravo, Fremont, Murcott Irradiada, Nules, Satsuma Okitsu, Satsuma Owari, Ortanique
and Thomas) and eight susceptible varieties (Table 1) were selected.
How does the fruit hybrid 'ortanique
' get its name?
The second branch consisted of two main clusters, where all cultivars related to Mandarin were regrouped together, except for Ortanique
samples, which were dispersed with the cultivars belonging to Sweet orange in the second group.
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Another major product line includes candles, packaged in locally-grown coconut shells; these include the Island Mint tea candle, Jamaican Ginger tea candle and the Ortanique
citrus candle, all of them are relatively new offerings.
The house specialty is the Ortinique Orange Martini, made with Skyy vodka, a splash of Cointreau, a splash of Ortanique
(an orange liqueur from Jamaica), and fresh orange juice.