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persimmon under microscope

persimmon under microscope

- Persimmon, a divine fruit. Persimmon is a fruit of trees in the genus Diospyros which literally translates (from Greek) to “Divine Fruit”. They Persimmon in english is derived from putchamin, pasiminan, or pessamin Powhatan which means “a dry fruit”. - China the world’s top persimmon producer. China produces more then 3 million tons of persimmon a year which puts it way on top of other persimmon producing countries. China is followed by Korea with about 400 thousand tons of persimmon a year. - Persimmon is native to China. Perhaps that’s the reason behind the china’s motivating persimmon production. Persimmon is believed to be native to China. - Persimmon is a rich source of vitamin A. Persimmon contains 70 percent vitamin A (DV). Sweet potato is considered the highest source of vitamin A. it contains 217 percent vitamin A (DV). Persimmon Cells Under Microscope

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