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This Brazilian plant grown as ornamental plants in California yield myriad sweet-tart fruits..I love eating these berry-sized crimson fruits...Do try if find in your vicinity.
Oh, those do look tasty!
I found you on Google scholar, I use it all the time.
Congratulations! That is awesome Seema!
My PhD thesis was on dextran, a polysaccharide from lactic acid bacteria. But, I love nature. Recently moved to California from India. Loving to discover flora and fauna. Just out of interest, I wrote down a paper and got published.
Wow, that's very interesting!! I am wondering what your research was on the Guava? I am also in graduate program in computers. :)
Wow! Looks so delicious!
What's your thesis on strawberry guava?
Ya...PhD in Biotechnology (microbiol.) from IIT Guwahati, India..
I just looked at your profile you are, a PhD. in biology. :)
Are you a biologist? :)
I recently got a review paper published on it..i love this plant
I just planted two of these. Very yummy indeed!
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Spotted on Feb 19, 2012 Submitted on Feb 19, 2012