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Kiwi

A nickname of the New Zealand dollar.
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(1997) indicate that in Actinidia deliciosa, 2 to 4 leaves exposed to the sun per fruit are necessary to guarantee normal fruit development and quality.
The fresh fruits of Actinidia deliciosa and Garcinia mangostana were collected from a fruit market in Koyambedu, Chennai.
Montanaro G, Dichio B, Xiloyannis C, Celano G (2006) Light influences transpiration and calcium accumulation in fruit of kiwifruit plants (Actinidia deliciosa var.
Berg) Burret, Myrtaceae)], bats [see Banana, Manila Hemp (Musa spp., Musa textilis Nee, Musaceae) and Durian (Durio zibethinus Murray Bombacaceae)], or wind [see Kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa (A.
Everyone knows about kiwi or kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa), that brown hairy fruit with a "hard to describe" zesty taste.
The Folklore: Kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa) was considered a delicacy by the great khans of China, who relished its tangy flavor and emerald-green flesh.
Among the woody plants that are best for taking cuttings are hazel (Corylus avellana), the maidenhair tree (Ginko biloba), Chinese gooseberry (Actinidia deliciosa), camellia, ceanothus, cotoneaster, lacecap hydrangeas, jasmine, pieris, flowering currant (Ribes), lilac, wisteria and weigela.
Actinidia deliciosa, originally from China, was discovered in 1847 and wasn't cultivated until the start of the century.
Photoinhibition of photosynthesis in intact kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa) leaves: Effect of temperature.
O trabalho foi realizado no municipio de Farroupilha-RS, em quivizeiros de duas especies, Actinidia chinensis Planch., cultivar MG06 (sem pelo) e Actinidia deliciosa Lang e Ferguson, cultivar Bruno (com pelo) (29[degrees]14'26,78"S, 51[degrees] 23"18,62"O).