questionedithistorytranslationsWhere did the kiwi plant originate?New Zealand363Australi105China372India63As its Latin name suggests, Actinidia Chinensis is a fruit tree and medicinal plant native to China.Share and bring new players to the game!correct this questionTschukareach: rather globalfruitsItalyNew Zealandwikimediawikipedia → Actinidia chinensisNew Zealand quizFruits quizItaly quizWhich trophy has a pineapple on its top?Wimbledon Trophy. Pineapple sits atop the Wimbledon cup as an outdated symbol of luxury. Back in 17th-century England pineapples were one of the most sought-after commodities, and thus the pineapple achieved a social status.What fruit is this?Cocoa. Immature cocoa pods have a variety of colours, but most often are green, red, or purple, and as they mature, their colour tends towards yellow or orange. Unlike most fruiting trees, the cacao pod grows directly from the trunk or large branch of a tree.Man has 46 chromosomes. How many chromosomes does kiwi plant have?174. The cultivated kiwifruit, Actinidia deliciosa, is a hexaploid species with total number of 174 chromosomes. Many of cultivated plants are polyploids created by selective breeding, and are usually unable to interbreed with their diploid ancestors.Where did oranges originate from?China and East Asia. Orange species come from China and East Asia. Sweet oranges were mentioned in Chinese literature in 314 BC. As of 1987, orange trees were found to be the most cultivated fruit tree in the world. Orange trees are widely grown in tropical and subtropical climates for their sweet fruit.