Ripe apricots growing on a branch

Ripe apricots growing on a branch

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Caption: Apricots. A branch of the apricot tree, Prunus armeniaca, laden with ripe apricots. Apricots are very nutritious, containing dietary fibre, and 8 per cent sugars, salts, organic acids and vitamins (especially vitamin A). The apricot almost certainly originated in Manchuria and China. It is cultivated in regions with temperate climate suitable for fruit production; the fruit is eaten raw, dried or made into jam. Photographed in Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada.

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Keywords: apricot, botany, branch, fruit, nature, of apricot tree, part, parts, plant, plants, reproduction, reproductive, ripe fruit, structure, tree, type

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