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The Angela cherry is a sweet cherry cultivar (Prunus avium). It is a glossy black fruit with a sweet, dark red flesh, and can be used in dessert recipes. It is resistant to cherry buckskin disease (also known as X-disease), a virus-like disorder that affects sweet cherries and has a low cracking average.
- Salunkhe, D.K.; Kadam, S.S. (1995). Handbook of Fruit Science and Technology: Production, Composition, Storage, and Processing. New York: CRC Press. p. 398. ISBN 9780824796433.
- “Sweet and Sour Cherries,” New Jersey Commercial Tree Fruit Production Guide[dead link]
- "Cherry X-Disease (Cherry Buckskin)". UC Pest Management Guidelines. University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources.
- “Sweet Cherry Cracking Averages,” Michigan Agriculture Experiment Station[dead link]
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