Agree with the ALBEDO definition.http://www.cosentinos.com/blog
The orange is one of the most common and popular fruit. It is well-liked because of its easy availability all year round, dense nutrition, and it tastes good. Oranges are an excellent source of vitamin C and flavonoids. One orange (130 grams) supplies nearly 100 percent of the recommended daily dietary intake of vitamin C.
When you eat a whole orange, it provides good dietary fiber. Leave in the albedo (the white matter under the peel) as much as possible as the albedo contains the highest amount of valuable bioflavonoids and other anti-cancer agents.
An orange packs over 170 different phytonutrients and more than 60 flavonoids, many of which have been shown to have anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor and blood clot inhibiting properties, as well as strong anti-oxidant effects.
- See more at: http://www.cosentinos.com/blog#sthash.C9QdUTUR.dpuf
Also: the following refer to "bagaço" in the sense of ''leftover/the waste" so it could include husk, rind, pulp, seeds, etc.
as in sugar-cane bagasse, it is everything (except the juice, the similarities end here...) but both are used in Energy Industries, that´s when we can say both are bagasse.
a)orange bagasse pulp.
b)orange bagassehttp://www.proz.com/kudoz/portuguese_to ... ranja.html