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Orange is a small flowering tree of the citrus family with a sweet or citrus fruit. Orange is a hybrid of ancient origins from southeast Asia. Orange tree bears evergreen leaves and grows to a height of about 10 meters. Leaves are alternate and oval shaped and the fruits are types of berry. The name orange has come from Sanskrit language. In many countries, oranges are known as Chinese Apples. Fruits are fleshy, soft, with lots of seeds and derived from a single ovary.

Seed of orange fruit is called as pip and the white thread like substance inside the peel are known as pith. Oranges are cultivated in several varieties. Some of the types include Blood Orange, Navel Orange, Persian Orange, Valencia Orange, Clementine Orange and Honeybell Orange, among others. Orange is an acidic fruit like other citrus fruits and has a high value of PH level, though lesser than the lemon but as high as household vinegar. Brazil, USA and Mexico are the three largest producers of orange. Orange trees can be grown in warmer climates if cultivated outdoors and cooler climates if grown indoors.

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