Prunus cerasus


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Related to Prunus cerasus: sour cherry, Morello cherries
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Noun1.Prunus cerasus - rather small Eurasian tree producing red to black acid edible fruit
cherry tree, cherry - any of numerous trees and shrubs producing a small fleshy round fruit with a single hard stone; many also produce a valuable hardwood
amarelle, Prunus cerasus caproniana - any of several cultivated sour cherry trees bearing pale red fruit with colorless juice
morello, Prunus cerasus austera - any of several cultivated sour cherry trees bearing fruit with dark skin and juice
marasca cherry, maraschino cherry, Prunus cerasus marasca, marasca - Dalmatian bitter wild cherry tree bearing fruit whose juice is made into maraschino liqueur
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Rosaceae Besparmak otu Prosopis farcta Fabaceae Ceti, Hishas (Banks and Sol.) J.FMacbr Prunus cerasus L.
Volpe, "Species- and cultivar-dependent traits of Prunus avium and Prunus cerasus polyphenols," Journal ofFood Composition and Analysis, vol.
Fruits are present in the form of a few stones of sour cherry (Prunus cerasus).
Detection and quantification of the antioxidant melatonin in Montmorency and Balaton tart cherries (Prunus cerasus).
The two cultivated varieties of cherry are the sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.), sometimes known as the wild cherry, and the tart cherry (Prunus cerasus L.), sometimes known as sour cherry or pie cherry.
Ancient healers recommended sour cherries (Prunus cerasus L.) as a proven tool for promoting the health of the stomach and intestinal tract.
Prunus cerasus, or the sour cherry, is a species of Prunus in the subgenus Cerasus (cherries), native to much of Europe and southwest Asia.
Edible cherries generally come from cultivars of the related species prunus avium and prunus cerasus.
There are two main groups for eating - the 'sweet', dessert types (Prunus avium) to eat off the tree and the 'sour' types (Prunus cerasus) used in cooking.
Segundo esse autor, folhas destacadas de plantas de Prunus cerasus tiveram 75% dos estomatos fechados apos 15 minutos, ao passo que, para macieira, os estomatos permaneceram abertos apos a retirada das plantas dos frascos de cultivo.