noun, plural: gooseberries
In botany, the gooseberry is a straggling bush growing to about three to ten feet tall. Its fruit is edible, generally hairy, and usually green in colour, but occasionally deep purple berries occur. Its binomial name is Ribes uva-crispa.
In genetics, the gooseberry is one of the segment polarity genes involved in the segmentation in the Drosophila embryo. A mutation in this gene can result in the anterior portion of each segment missing in the fruit fly larva.
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... with heridity. but hey it could also be because of other reasons like lack of vitamin b12. if u r sure its not heridity then massaging hair with gooseberry oil may help a lot. :wink:
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