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*: The pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) originates from Persia, and is cultivated in western and central Asia and in the Mediterranean region; it is also grown commercially in California....The predominant parasitic nematodes affecting pomegranate are the root knot nematodes, M.[Meloidogyne] incognita, M. acrita and M. javanica (McSorley, 1981).
*: The pomegranate is the tree of knowledge in some myths. In others, it is linked with the underworld,....
*: In this experiment, the average Zn concentration of leaf in four pomegranate cultivars was between 12.0 and 19.8mg/kg in the control (Fig. 2a).
*: The seeds of the pomegranate, for example, were widely used to prevent conception in the ancient world and they are still used in India, East Africa, and the Pacific.
*: Persephone is taken to the underworld by Hades to be his queen. She willingly eats a seed of pomegranate and is forced to spend every winter with her husband in the land of the dead, symbolizing the yearly decay and revival of vegetation.
*: In Judaism, the number of seeds in a pomegranate is said to be the exact number of mitzvah, or spiritual duties required of a devout Jew.
*: The pomegranate is a subtropical fruit about the size of a large apple.
*: The grilled leeks are then drizzled with a gorgeous, ruby-red pomegranate vinaigrette.