Bunches of grapes on a vine

Bunches of grapes on a vine

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Credit: JACK CLARK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Grapes. Bunches of green grapes on a vine, Vitis sp.. Grapes are either eaten raw or used to make wine. Grapes are a good dietary source of potassium, boron, magnesium, copper and iodine. They also contain ellagic acid, which is thought to help prevent cancer. Grape vines are cultivated in the warmer temperate regions of the world. Photograph taken in California, USA, of the Viognier variety which is used to make wine.

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Keywords: agriculture, botany, bunch, california, ellagic acid, fruit, grape, grape bunch, grapevine, nature, on vine, part, parts, plant, plants, reproduction, reproductive, source, structure, vine, viognier grapes, viognier variety, vitis sp., wine

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