BananaVia GettyPineappleVia Getty
It's a pineapple!
The scientific name for a banana is Musa acuminata.
GarlicVia GettyOnionVia Getty
The scientific name for an onion is Allium cepa.
OrangeVia GettyAppleVia Getty
It's an apple!
The scientific name for an orange is Citrus sinensis.
CarrotVia GettySweet potatoVia Getty
It's a carrot!
The scientific name for a sweet potato is Ipomoea batatas.
LemonVia GettyGrapefruitVia Getty
It's a grapefruit!
The scientific name for a lemon is Citrus limon.
CucumberVia GettyCauliflowerVia Getty
It's a cucumber!
The scientific name for a cauliflower is Brassica oleracea var. botrytis.
MulberryVia GettyStrawberryVia Getty
It's a strawberry!
The scientific name for a mulberry is Morus alba.
WasabiVia GettyPumpkinVia Getty
It's a pumpkin!
The scientific name for wasabi is Wasabia japonica.
BroccoliVia GettyBlueberryVia Getty
The scientific name for a blueberry is Vaccinium corymbosum.
CornVia GettyFennelVia Getty
The scientific name for fennel is Foeniculum vulgare.
PeaVia GettyPlumVia Getty
It's a pea!
The scientific name for a plum is Prunus salicina.
RhubarbVia GettyEggplantVia Getty
The scientific name for rhubarb is Rheum rhaponticum.
HorseradishVia GettyGingerVia Getty
The scientific name for horseradish is Armoracia rusticana.
SoybeanVia GettyArtichokeVia Getty
It's a soybean!
The scientific name for an artichoke is Cynara scolymus.
ChiveVia GettyChili PepperVia Getty
It's a chili pepper!
The scientific name for a chive is Allium schoenoprasum.
Can You Match These Foods To Their Scientific Names?
Oh no! You failed. So, maybe you're not a scientist but you still love food and that's got to count for something right?!
You did OK! Science can be tough, we get that, but you recognized a lot of them! And thats impressive!
Way to go! You're clearly a big foodie who digs science. That's pretty cool. Go reward yourself with some fruits and veggies!