'apple-pear' can also refer to...


Eggs, apples and pears

balsam apple and pear

apples (and pears)

apples (and pears) n.


apples and pears noun

Orange Pear Apple Bear (2006)

POOLEY, Robin (born 1936), Chairman, English Apples and Pears Ltd, 2000–07

Characterization of Bacillus strains from apple and pear trees in South Africa antagonistic to Erwinia amylovora

Honeybee cognitive ecology in a fluctuating agricultural setting of apple and pear trees

Russeting in apple and pear: a plastic periderm replaces a stiff cuticle

Comparison of lures loaded with codlemone and pear ester for capturing codling moths,Cydia pomonella, in apple and pear orchards using mating disruption

SINCLAIR, Shapton Donald (1923 - 1974), Chairman, New Zealand Apple and Pear Marketing Board, since 1967; Deputy Chairman, Export Shipping Council of New Zealand, 1973

Epiphytic fitness of a biological control agent of fire blight in apple and pear orchards under Mediterranean weather conditions

Thiabendazole resistance and mutations in the β-tubulin gene of Penicillium expansum strains isolated from apples and pears with blue mold decay

Low temperature, but not photoperiod, controls growth cessation and dormancy induction and release in apple and pear

Absorption and Translaminar Activity of Abamectin in Apple and Pear Foliage as Determined by Spider Mite (Acari: Tetranychidae) Mortality

Seasonal Flight Patterns of Codling Moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) Monitored with Pear Ester and Codlemone-baited Traps in Sex Pheromone-Treated Apple Orchards


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Not a cross between apple and pear but a distinctive varietal type of pear-shaped fruit with apple texture. Also called Japanese pear, pear-apple, and shalea or chalea.

Subjects: Medicine and Health.

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