Actinidia callosa

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Actinidia callosa Lindl.

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Ordre Ericales
Famille Actinidiaceae
Genre Actinidia

2n =

Origine :

sauvage et cultivé

Français
Anglais


Résumé des usages
  • fruit comestible


Description

Noms populaires

Classification

Actinidia callosa Lindl. (1836)

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Histoire

Usages

KOKUWA. Japan and Manchuria. This vine is common in all the valleys of Yesso and extends to central Nippon. It is vigorous in growth and fruits abundantly. The fruit is an oblong, greenish berry about one inch in length; the pulp is of uniform texture, seeds minute and skin thin. When fully ripe it possesses a very delicate flavor[1]. Sturtevant, Notes on edible plants, 1919.

  1. Penhallow, D. P. Amer. Nat. 16:120. 1882. (A. arguta)

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