Citrus: The Genus Citrus
Giovanni Dugo, Angelo Di Giacomo
CRC Press, Sep 12, 2002 - Science - 656 pages
The world production of citrus fruit has risen enormously, leaping from forty-five million tons a year to eighty-five million in the last 30 years. Today, the potential applications of their essential oils are growing wider, with nearly 40% of fresh produce processed for industrial purposes.
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