The inside part of the citrus bark which has a white color and contain essential oils, pectin and cellulose.
Is the coloring part of the plants.
Top end or tip.
This is the circular area which surrounds the estilar point.
Top of the leaf.
Depression shown at the apex of the fruit.
Alteration propitiated in the fruit rind as a result of the friction with leaves or branches.
Separation of bark pulp.
Vegetable organic pigments. Ranging from yellow to red.
Spongy plant organ shaped as shaft or column, which can be formed between the sections, in the central part of the fruit.
The outside part of the root, stem and fruit of a plant.
Widening of the trunk, which occurs frequently in the area between the pattern and the grafted variety.
Number of sugars and acids in citrus juices.
Inner layer of the three that form the pericarp of the fruit, corresponding to the slices.
Part of the fruit which has been located the estilar.
Set of leaves of trees and other plants.
Regain greenish color.
Port of a plant.
Vegetable procreated by two individuals of different species.
It can be dissolved in water.
Positioned order in which the flowers appear in the plants.
That remains in a rudimentary state, which does not develop.
Plenty of leaves and branches.
With consistency of leather.
Cavity of an organ, generally of a fruit.
Solid part of the branches or trunks located under the bark. wood.
Is the coloring principle of many fruits.
Development of the fruit rind that is shaped like a nipple.
Shaped as breasts.
Relationship or ratio between the dissolved solids and the total acidic juice.
Any tissue or tissues aggregation which has a laminar form and is soft in consistency.
Middle part of the pericarp.
Seed formed by two cotyledons or seed containing a single embryo.
Bitter principle of the grapefruit, and its bitter taste.
Extension of the fruit in the stem portion having the same characteristics as the crust and that acquires a targeted way that stands out from the typical rounded or ellipsoidal shape.
Inside of the egg.
Longer than wider.
Development of a seedless fruit due to lack of pollination, fertilization fault or embryo development failure.
Holding flower stalk and therefore also holds the fruit or the corresponding branch.
Part of the fruit where the stem has been located.
Space or area around the stem, in the fruit.
Set of layers forming the fruit epicarp, mesocarp and endocarp.
Similar to a pear.
Fleshy organic matter, often the mesocarp of the fruit.
Having the edge-shaped wave or scalloped.
Flower leaf, usually brightly colored or white. Usually green and more or less modified that make up the chalice.
Membranous partition or division separating two internal cavities in an organism (segments).
Leaf tissue with tooth-shaped protrusions.
Any organ or organ parts without a base.
Concavity of any length on a surface.
Organ or part of it that hardens and is pointed.
Hybrid between tangerine and grapefruit.
Orange and mandarin hybrid.
It is mainly citric acid, accompanied by malic, tartaric and oxalic acids, which are contained in citrus juice.
Is the amount of sugar contained in the citrus fruit juices (mainly sucrose)
Small membranous sac resembling a bladder which contains the juice.
Can live, and is likely to pollinate.
Term used to express the absolute marginal integrity of a laminar body.
Is any expansion or laminar dilation of the leaves, which is located in the petiole.