Vaccinium macrocarpon


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Vaccinium macrocarpon

(văk-sĭn′ē-ŭm măk″rō-kăr′pŭn) [L., blueberry + Gr. makros, long + karpos, fruit]
The scientific name for cranberry.

Vaccinium macrocarpon,

n See cranberry.
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