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Facts about Blueberry

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Species whose English common names include "blueberry" typically are classified in section Cyanococcus of the subgenus Vaccinium.

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The blueberry fruits are round and contain many tiny seeds.

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The most important blueberry breeding program has been the USDA-ARS breeding program based at Beltsville, Maryland, and Chatsworth, New Jersey.

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The wild blueberry is the official fruit of Maine and is often as much a symbol of Maine as the lobster.

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The lowbush blueberry, V. angustifolium, is found from Newfoundland westward and southward to Michigan and West Virginia.

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Beginning around 2003, pure or blended blueberry juice has become a popular product in Canada and the United States.

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Blueberry is the common name for flowering plants in the genus Vaccinium, sect.

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Usually made from wild blueberries, premium blueberry jam is common in Maine, Ontario, Quebec, and British Columbia.

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By the early 1980s, the blueberry industry was started in New Zealand and is still growing (BNZ 2007).

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V. ashei) is a southern type of blueberry produced from the Carolinas to the Gulf Coast states.

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Quebec has the largest quantity of wild blueberry production, coming especially from the regions of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean and C—Ąte-Nord, which provide 40 percent of Quebec's total provincial production.

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Rubel', one such wild blueberry cultivar, is the origin of many of the current hybrid cultivars.

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Blueberry production in North America typically starts in mid-May (in Florida) and ends in September, when some fruit is held over in controlled-atmosphere storage in Oregon, Washington, and Canada (Gaskell 2006).

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Blueberry bushes typically bear fruit from May through October in the Northern Hemisphere.

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Many towns in Maine lay claim to being the blueberry capital and several festivals are centered around the blueberry.

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Other important species in North America include V. pallidum, the Hillside or Dryland Blueberry.

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Other animal studies found that blueberry consumption lowered cholesterol and total blood lipid levels, possibly affecting symptoms of heart disease (DeNoon 2004).

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Maine's 24,291 hectares (60,023 acres) of blueberry were propagated from native plants that occur naturally in the understorey of its coastal forests (Stubbs and Drummond).

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Additional research showed that blueberry consumption in rats altered glycosaminoglycans, vascular cell components that can influence control of blood pressure (Kalea et al.

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In Argentina, blueberry marketing begins in September and ends in February (Gain 2005).

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Blueberry jam is made from blueberries, sugar, water, and fruit pectin.

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The names of blue berries in languages other than English often translate as "blueberry," e.g.

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The blueberry belongs to the Ericaceae family of flowering plants.

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Lowbush species are fire-tolerant and blueberry production often increases following a forest fire as the plants regenerate rapidly and benefit from removal of competing vegetation.

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Research at Rutgers at the Philip E. Marucci Center for Blueberry & Cranberry Research & Extension has also shown that blueberries may help prevent urinary tract infections.

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Blueberry species are native only to North America.

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Researchers have shown that blueberry anthocyanins, proanthocyanidins, flavonols, and tannins inhibit mechanisms of cancer cell development in vitro (Srivastava et al.