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Ber·ry

(ber'ē),
James, Canadian surgeon, 1860-1946. See: Berry ligaments.

berry

/ber·ry/ (ber´e) a small fruit with a succulent pericarp.
bear berry  bearberry.

berry

a type of succulent, fleshy FRUIT produced by some plants, in which seeds are embedded in the pulp. The fruit is formed from the swollen tissue of the PERICARP. Examples of berries include tomato, grape, date, gooseberry, citrus fruits.
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Types of fruit and berries researched: Pineapples Oranges Watermelons Bananas Grape Cherry and black cherry Melons Pears Kiwi Strawberry ad wild strawberry Cranberry and blackberry Lemons Raspberry and brambleberry Tangerines Peaches and nectarines Plums Apples
You then need to attend to the berries growing, either by watering, weeding, and even choosing your own way of ridding any bug-type infestation.
Cancer biologist Gary Stoner of Ohio State University in Columbus and colleagues tested seven berry types against cancer of the esophagus in rats--black raspberries, red raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, noni berries, acai berries and wolfberries (also called goji berries).
The published health benefits, coupled with the many regular uses of berries in desserts, snacks, salads and entree dishes, help explain why berries contributed 14.
At least that's what many consumers are experiencing with this year's crop of excellent berries.
There are two primary types of Lycium Goji berries that are used medicinally.
And a cup of berries has only 40 to 80 calories--not much for such exquisite, intense flavor.
Today evergreen leaves and red berries are synonymous with Christmas in the United States.
The berries are waiting for you this month around Watsonville
Jake and his mom each choose a row of berries and begin picking.
As they matured the berries turned a bright purple.
The Shari's Berries App features a simplified shopping experience and quick checkouts.