Arrangement and CultivarsSlide 4
Leaf MorphologySlide 5
Two Tribes Clauseneae Citreae has 3 Subtribes Triphasiinae Balsamocitrineae CitrinaeSlide 6
Fortunella Four species - Small trees and bushes. Blooms later than Citrus. Solidify - tough Small natural product "Meiwa" and "Marumi" - round "Nagami" applaudSlide 7
Poncirus Two trifoliate spp. trifoliata " Flying Dragon " poyandra Deciduous Thorny, Cold tough, long thistles Makes awesome supports , rootstocksSlide 8
Microcitrus Northeastern rainforest Australia Moderate-sized trees. Leaves are unifoliate dimorphic Microcitrus australasica Resistant to tunneling nematode and phytophthora Micro leaves, blossoms, and fruitSlide 9
Clymenia Unifoliate sharpen leaves decreasing into short petiole. Branches are thornless. Style shorter than other genuine Citrus and disgrace is bigger and leveled Fruit - ovoid, thin peeled, many oil organs, numerous little seeds.Slide 10
Eremocitrus Xerophytic local of Australia Spreading long hanging branches Leaves unifoliate, grayish green, thick, leatherly, and lanceolate. Depressed stomata, solidify tough Ideal xeroscape plant.Slide 11
Citrus - Subgenus Eucitrus Vesicles - no harsh or biting oil C. medica (Citrons) Uses - sugar coated peel, Jewish service Exocortis pointerSlide 12
Citrus limon (Lemons) Commerce "Lisbon" and "Eureka" Dooryard Meyer (Lemon mixture) Rough Lemon RootstockSlide 13
Lemon Hybrids Lemonage (lemon x sweet orange) Lemonime (lemon x lime) Lemandrin (lemon x mandarin) Eremolemon (Eremocitrus x lemon) - Australian Desert LemonSlide 14
Citrus aurantifolia (Limes) "Key" or "Mexican" limes "Tahiti" or "Persian" limes some are triploids and seedless C. macrophylla (lime-like natural product) Rootstock in California Lemonimes (lime x lemon) Limequats (lime x kumquat)Slide 15
Tahiti Lime Persian Lime Bearss Lime ( Citrus latifolia Tanaka) Not developed either in Tahiti or Persian (Iran) Seedless and promoted when still dim greenSlide 16
C. aurantium - Sour Orange "Seville" in Southern Europe Orange preserves "Bundle" & "Bergamot" - Italy Essential oil Many structures like "Mixed" Rootstock - High quality natural product.Slide 18
Sweet orange ( Citrus sinensis ) There are four classes: Common round orange Navels Pigmented oranges Acidless or sugar orangesSlide 19
C. sinensis - Sweet Orange Round oranges "Valencia" - Worlds generally demon. \'Parson Brown\', \'Hamlin\', "Pineapple" - US "Shamouti" - Israel "Cadenera" - Spain "Pera" - BrazilSlide 20
C. sinensis - Navel Oranges Secondary natural product - simple ID Fresh organic product - Gift packs Lower corrosive in this manner sweeter taste Limonin in juice can be expelled Environmental anxieties Best quality in cooler atmospheresSlide 21
Sweet orange, Citrus sinensis (Round orange) "Valencia"Slide 22
Valencia Orange, IsraelSlide 23
Valencia fabrication green and yellowSlide 24
Round oranges (for juice) Fortune FremontSlide 25
California Navel Oranges "Washington" most generally developed Old line supplanted by nucellars \'Atwood\', \'Fisher\', "Newhall" are soonest navels \'Path Late\' - late developing, organic product hold well on tree.Slide 26
Navel orange \'Washington Navel\'Slide 27
Spanish Navels "Navelina" game of "Washington" at Riverside, CA - 1910 Early season, littler tree, and holds well on tree. "Navelate" kind of "Washington" late developing - incredible tree.Slide 28
Texas Navels "Washington" - most broadly planted navel in world "Marrs" - appendage game of "Washington" needs unmistakable optional natural product. Early developing, low corrosive. Bring down in limonin.Slide 29
Florida Navels "Summerfield" early developing - adjusted to sticky atmosphere. Nucellar determination - F-56-11 most generally utilized as a part of new plantings.Slide 30
Brazilian Navels "Baianinha" - "Bahia" appendage brandish Less incredible and littler auxiliary organic product, in this manner Less inclined to natural product drop Adapted to hot, dry atmosphereSlide 31
Australian Navels "Leng" real navel orange "Washington" don - 1934 Small size, more slender peel. \'Path Late\' - late season yet subject to regreening and granulation.Slide 32
South African Navels South Africa "Palmer" nucellar seedling of "Washington" - 1930s Vigorous, profitable, hold well on tree "Robyn" - cooler areaSlide 33
Venezuelan Navels \'Cara\' Red tissue even in marsh tropics (strange of blood oranges)Slide 34
Pigmented Oranges Grown in Mediterranean atmospheres with hot days and cool evenings. Anthocyanin color instead of lycopene as in grapefruit carotenoid as in oranges \'Tarocco\', \'Sanguinello\', \'MaltaiseSlide 35
Acidless or Sugar oranges Low corrosive levels Therapeutic properties Succari-Egypt Mosambi-East African/PortugueseSlide 36
C. sinensis Hybrids Citranges (sweet x trifoliate) Citrangors (sweet x citrange) Citrangequats (citrange x kumquat) Citrangeremos (citrange x Euremocitrus )Slide 37
Citrus reticulata Highly prized for simple peeling (zipper skin). Satsuma amass Primarily developed in Japan Important in Louisiana and for dooryard in Gulf Coast Tangerine gathering Commercial in Fla. - "Dancy" and "Clementine" - profound orangeSlide 38
Tangerines are little erect trees that fruit toward the end of branches. The branches have a tendency to be erect. The skin is free and is difficult to pick without harm however is the most noteworthy priced natural product. In Florida 10% of tangerines can be legally added to solidified orange concentrated for shading.Slide 39
Tangerines along roadside in JapanSlide 40
Dancy Tangerine Production issues substitute bearing Susceptible to AlternariaSlide 41
Swingle and Tanaka Differ Satsuma C. reticulata - C. unshiu "Dancy" C. reticulata - C. tangerina "Cleopatra" C. reticulata - C. reshniSlide 42
More contrasts "Lord" tangor? C. noblis \'Temple\' tangor? C. sanctuary "Calamondin" (C. reticulata x C. ichangensis) C. madurensisSlide 43
Breeder\'s Delight "Clementine" and "Sanctuary" deliver just monoembryonic seeds. No nucellars.Slide 44
Temple Orange Named after W.C. Sanctuary from FL. Half breed of mandarin and orangeSlide 45
It is crossover of obscure parentage Fruits are borne terminally so they are helpless against wind. Murcott or Honey TangerineSlide 46
Ponkan (Chinese Honey orange, Nagpur Santra) Widely developed mandarin on the planet Alternate bearingSlide 47
Tangerine x Grapefruit "Orlando" tangelo "Minneola" tangelo "Page" orange "Robinson" tangerine "Nova" tangelo "Ugli" tangeloSlide 48
Tangelos Commercial - "Orlando" and "Minneola" " Dancy" x "Duncan" Vigorous Freeze solid Weakly parthenocarpicSlide 49
Tangelos Continued Fruit set by either Cross fertilization GA3 Which would be best for new market?Slide 50
Orlando tangelo Duncan grapefruit x Dancy tangerine leaves container molded dingySlide 51
Orlando Most frosty tough of all comm. citrus with the exception of satsuma. Oblate to subglobose Seedless to 10 - 20 seeds + relationship between\'s organic product size and seed number. Collect between Dec - Jan NHSlide 52
Orlando Continued Pollinators "Sanctuary" "Robinson" More Nitrogen required than for round oranges since tree is more enthusiastic.Slide 53
Duncan x Dancy Cold-safe Distinct flavor being rich (from Dancy) and tart from Duncan). Minneola TangeloSlide 54
Minneola Vigorous Tree - substantial and spreading Leaves - huge, pointed laminae Petioles - direct size Fruit - extensive obovate with neck Color - Deep ruddy orange.Slide 55
Minneola Continued Juice season - astounding Peel decently disciple - finely pebbled Seed 0 - 20 Matures - Jan to March - NH July to August - SHSlide 56
Minneola Continued Pollinators are "Sanctuary" and "Robinson" "Orlando" won\'t fertilize "Minneola" Large strong squares set seedless natural products with GA3Slide 57
Nova (Clemenvilla, Suntina) Fina Clementine x Orlando tangelo Seedless when become separated from pollinating assortments Spain and IsraelSlide 58
Page Minneola x Clementine Sensitive to Bromacil Usually alluded to as "orange"
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