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Satsuma (fruit): Quiz


Question 1:
What is the binomial of Satsuma (fruit)?
Citrus limetta
Citrus unshiu
Citrus aurantium
Citrus macroptera

Question 2: Its fruit is sweet and usually seedless, about the size of other ________ (Citrus reticulata), smaller than an orange.
Orange (fruit)TangeloSatsuma (fruit)Mandarin orange

Question 3: In 1876 during the ________, satsumas were brought to the United States from the Satsuma Province in Kyūshū, Japan by a spouse of a member of the U.S.
Shōwa periodImperial Japanese NavyTaishō periodMeiji period

Question 4: In China, it is known as Wenzhou migan (Chinese: 温州蜜柑________: Wēnzhōu Mìgān).
ISO/IEC 8859-3ISO/IEC 8859-8ISO/IEC 646Pinyin

Question 5: It was listed as a tribute item for Imperial consumption in the ________.
Song DynastyTang DynastyHan DynastyMing Dynasty

Question 6: It is also often known as "Seedless mandarin" (Chinese: 无核桔________: wúhé jú).
ISO/IEC 8859-3ISO/IEC 8859-8ISO/IEC 646Pinyin

Question 7: Of the edible citrus varieties, only the ________ is more cold-hardy.
CalamondinKumquatLoquatOrange (fruit)

Question 8: The satsuma (citrus unshiu) is a seedless and easy-peeling citrus mutant of Chinese origin[citation needed], but introduced to the West via ________.
JapanUnited KingdomCambodiaCanada

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