Definition of Citrange

1. Noun. More aromatic and acidic than oranges.

Exact synonyms: Citrange Tree, Citroncirus Webberi
Generic synonyms: Citrus, Citrus Tree
Group relationships: Citroncirus, Genus Citroncirus

2. Noun. More aromatic and acid tasting than oranges; used in beverages and marmalade.
Generic synonyms: Citrous Fruit, Citrus, Citrus Fruit
Group relationships: Citrange Tree, Citroncirus Webberi

Definition of Citrange

1. n. A citrous fruit produced by a cross between the sweet orange and the trifoliate orange (Citrus trifoliata). It is more acid and has a more pronounced aroma than the orange; the tree is hardier. There are several varieties.

Definition of Citrange

1. Noun. A hybrid cross of the sweet orange and the trifoliate orange. ¹

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Definition of Citrange

1. a hybrid between citron and orange [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Citrange

cito disp
citraconic acid
citraconic anhydrides
citrange (current term)
citrange tree
citrate (pro-3S)-lyase
citrate (pro-3S)-lyase deacetylase
citrate (pro-3S)-lyase ligase
citrate (si)-synthase
citrate aldolase
citrate cleavage enzyme
citrate intoxication
citrate lyase

Literary usage of Citrange

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1. The Encyclopedia of Practical Horticulture: A Reference System of Commercial by Granville Lowther, William Worthington (1914)
"citrange The citrange, which is a cross between the worthless Trifoliate orange of ... The citrange will undoubtedly prove valuable for general culinary ..."

2. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Plant Industry, Division of Plant Industry, Queensland (1907)
"... citrange (PB No. 716) is a hybrid between the common sweet orange (female ... reciprocal hybrid of the llti¬ęk citrange. The tree, as in the case of the ..."

3. Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1905)
"The products made from the Willits citrange are very different in flavor from ... HOW HARDT IS THE citrange? All of the different citrange seedlings were ..."

4. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1914)
"See description under citrange. ... It could be grafted on Rusk citrange for the black waxy lime soils of Texas. ..."

5. The Journal of Heredity by American Genetic Association (1913)
"The fruits of the Willits citrange exhibit a tendency to freakish- ness in ... The Saunders citrange, though small in size and having a very rough thick ..."

6. Plant-breeding: Being Six Lectures Upon the Amelioration of Domestic Plants by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1912)
"Top pair, Rusk citrange. Bottom pair, Willits citrange. ) nat. size. Reduced from colored figures in Yearbook of the Department of Agriculture. ..."

7. Checklist of United States Public Documents, 1789-1909: Congressional: to by Mary Ann Hartwell (1911)
"Morton citrange. Distribution of Morton citrange in 1906; [by Herbert J. Webber]. ... Rusk citrange. Distribution of Rusk citrange in 1905; [by Herbert J. ..."

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