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orange!

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    orange?

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    this is not biology questions

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    i geuss not, but i got stuck on some other question and couldnt get out, i had to ask a question

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    Is that a question ???....orange is the type of citrus fruit .also orange is a very good source of vitamins,especially vitamins C... Vitamins C play a huge role in our body ,to maintain our health life style ,especially preventing disease. • Vitamin C is an antioxidant vitamin needed for the formation of collagen to hold the cells together and for healthy teeth, gums and blood vessels; improves iron absorption and resistance to infection.

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