- (2/-1) In addition to being eaten, there â€œunderwater forestâ€ algae can be burned to produce sodium carbonate and iodine.
- (4/-2) Mary Isabel Frasier introduced this fuzzy, egg-sized fruie with a green interior to New Zealand in the early 20th century.
- (6/-3) Discovered in 2001, retrograde satellite Jupiter XXXVII shares its name with this cabbage-like vegetable.
- (8/-4) The shape of its stem led to this cabbage relative being named â€œGerman turnip.â€
- (10/-5) This smallest citrus fruit, â€œgolden orangeâ€ in Chinese, is an ingredient in a Flossie Aussie.
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