Mass of an AppleWhat a tricky question! You can easily measure the WEIGHT of an apple... or the downward force the MASS of the apple excerts in it's gravitational field on earth.Weight is a very good approximation of MASS... but to determine EXACT mass is something you'd not be able to do in the "ba…
1 Kg Apples
500 gms Sugar
2 tsp Citric acid
1/2 tbsp Water
Sodium benzoate (pinch)
How to make Apple Jam:
Peel the apples and cut into thin pieces.
Add water and steam it for 2 minutes.
Keep it for cooling.
Grind it properly.
Add sugar and cook it over medium heat.
Stir till t…
All power vessels must have a white Stern light.
Rules differ slightly between power boats and sailing vessels, where sailing vessels can have both their port, starboard and stern lights on their mast.
An all around white light denotes a vessel at anchor.
If a vessel is longer then I th…
depends on the size and type of the apple.
You bite it with your teeth like this
An apple is both a fruit and a vegetable. By definition, a vegetable is any plant whose fruit, seeds, roots, tubers, bulbs, stems, leaves, or flower parts are used as food, as the tomato, bean, beet, potato, onion, asparagus, spinach, or cauliflower. And a fruit is defined as, the developed ovary of…
600 grams is a little more than one pound 500 grams to a pound. 600 grams is equal to three cups, although this may differ a little between fresh apples and dried apples.Actually a pound is 454 grams so 600 g is about one and a third pounds.
Both can be safe as long as you don't give any personal information to the fruit that you've never heard of . Also don't take pictures of people you know and show it to any fruits. Unless you really really want to. Then I cant stop you.
Apple TreesYes, apples do grow on trees.
Apples grow on trees because when you plant apples the seeds go up the root and out the branches. Now only if money grew off trees that would be something. LOL
the Canada is called "Delicious" and these apples are crisp,
almost black/red and when you bite into them the sweet juice the
juice is sweet
the sweetest variety of an apple is called an "FIJI APPLE" you can
bye these apples at a local grocery store near you ........... the
apples from Canada are …
Yes, because the ovary having axile placentation produce the same number of ovules in all types of apples.
There is no such things as a cashew apple tree. The cashew nut
grows on a fruit called an apple onto which the nut is attached.
They are pulled off of the apple and the apple is eaten in areas
where they grow.
Find the similarities and differences... An apple and a dog are both matter. They exist in the natural world. They are both things eaten in different parts of the world.
An apple may be peeled or eaten with its skin (persons with braces or other dental work may want to avoid peels). The apple may be sliced from the core with either a knife or an apple corer, as the stem (and a variable amount of the core) is inedible to humans. Apples may be eaten directly, after w…
Even a large apple would be not much more than a cup. A really
small apple might get as small as half a cup. A crab apple might
even be one-fourth of a cup.
the answer is so obviouse if ur smart u well know it,its enfanet
Just put leave it for four days and countinue :)
Before sending some produce to market, farmers spray the apple with wax. It adds a little shine to it, and makes it look a bit more appetizing.
The apple is the pomaceous fruit of the apple tree, species Malus domestica in the rose family Rosaceae. It is one of the most widely cultivated tree fruits. Apples are very nutritious.An apple is a tree growing round fruit with a thin skin that is
generally red, green, or pink. The flesh of an appl…
peaches,pumpkin,lima beans, and allot more
A Maple tree has neither fruit nor flowers, but it has very colorful leaves and tree sap that produces Maple Syrup.
OOPS, forgive me, it is the Oak tree that produces Acorns
Maples have samarras, which are the fruit of the tree. They also have flowers, but…
4-7 Years to grow small amounts of lemons but 8-13 years to give big amounts of lemons.
There is some evidence that when you take vinegar with a meal, it will increase satiety levels (i.e. you feel fuller more quickly), which then implies you will eat less overall.
This could in theory help you to lose weight.However, drinking vinegar will certainly not magically "burn away" fat stores…
An apple tastes sweet and juicy
apple is like a pear but a bit smaller it contains vitamin b and vitamins
well apples can come from many places but they would mostly be taken off of an apple tree and get washed, then end up in a grocery store or market
The apple tree was first cultivated in Central Asia, where its wild ancestor is still found today. Today apples are grown throughout the world. Latest scientific data shows that the apple actually originated in the southern United States, the only habitat of its ancestor Gillenia, a woody shrub als…
One medium apple weighs approximately 182 g and is 3 inches in
diameter. It has about 0.3 g. of fat.
Actually, a bushel of apples weigh's in at about 42 lbs. This is depending on the apple variety, i.e. smaller apples will weigh more per bushel volume and some apples are actually more dense, etc. but 42 lbs per bushel is about average.
How much what?
Do you want to …
first you have to eat the apple and then you could compost it feedit to red wigglers(they are a type of worm that eats the vegetation and the vegetation can turn it to composted soil).
Yes because they bring you health and they also clean your teeth.
Hello! A medium sized apple may have a sugar content of 13 grams to 20 grams of sugar in it. However, this sugar is not harmful as this is natural sugar, and not a manmade one.
Apples are made up of the skin used in it.It is manly made up of the seeds that you plant that makes the tree grow in the first place.Apples however really dont have any ingredents but you can use them to make anything.
Acidity, and low pH. If a Gran apple is allowed to ripen fully on the tree so that it has a red blush, it will develop much more sugar and flavor so that it is no more tart than the average apple variety.
They are all fruits
Apple is connected to guapple star apple apple mango pineapple.
knowing when an apple is ripe
An apple is made of starch as it is growing, when it ripens, the starch is converted to sugar. Iodine turns starch black, if you take an ounce of iodine and mix it with 15 ounces of water and put this mixture in a spray bottle, take an apple and cut it in half horizonta…
Give or take $35-$40 USD online
Well most of the time yes because all fruit is good for you, it just depends on where you get the apple....
More than 100 years
Apple initially was used to mean all fruit until about the 17th century (which explains its use in Genesis in some translations of the Bible to refer to the forbidden fruit). It comes from the Old English term aepel. The term aepel is from Indo-European roots, where *ablu meant 'apple' and abaln mea…
Not all apples are red. But of those that are, they contain
anthocyanins , a chemical that may appear red.
Why might this chemical appear red? Because it absorbs all the
light frequencies in the spectrum except red, which it reflects
(like a mirror). So, when we look at a red apple, we see the colo…
Worlds largest hand picked apple is apparently 3 pounds. 1. That's not what he asked. 2. Can you add websites on here like that?(I deleted it to be sure) 3. The answer is 140 grams.
Canning preparation for apples
First peel, core, and slice apples. Use mildly acid solution to keep apples from discoloring, such as tablespoon of lemon juice in quart of water. Cover apples in mixture while performing coring operation.
After operation is complete, drain apples and pack tightly …
The Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar (when mixed with a glass of water before each meal) burns the fat. It also acts as a natural antibiotic; it helps with digestion, arthritis, and sore throats; it lowers cholesterol; it keeps your skin healthy; it prevents dand…
Granny always said to pick the crab apples after the first hard frost. I do this every year and have not been disappointed in the flavor.
The average apple weighs 1/3 of a pound.
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The weight of apples vary depending on size and species. a red apple
Well, antyhing that is less dense than water will float in water. So knowing this we can assume that an apple is less dense than water.
they are ripe. its depends on where you plant them and the weather each year, plus the fruits of each tree don't all ripen on the same day.
Fruits such as apples and pears will rot if exposed to certain fungi. These fungi are relatively weak but can attack damaged or overly ripened fruit. When fruits such as apples ripen, they give off a gas called ethylene. Ethylene gas accelerates the ripening process, which will lead to over ripening…
1.of course! When ever i go online it says an apple a day keeps the
doctor away! So i always feed my pets apples and myself! But
also...... if you haven't tried them you should because they are
very juicy and delicious!!!
2. Apples are very healthy for a natural human body. However, they
It only takes a couple teaspoons of citric acid to help preserve
baked goods. Vitamin C is also used to preserve baked goods.
9-12 oz, or between 250- 350 g
pink is more popular
A bushel of apples is about 42 pounds.
The weight of an apple bushel is 48 lbs. The current average price
in regular grocery stor now is $1.39 per lbs., according to the
July 2014 average prices by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That
brings the cost of a bushel of apples to $66.72.
7,500 worldwide, the United States grows about 2,500 types, but
only 100 of these are grown commercially.
Here are some well known apples around the world:
Historically, a case can be …
Phenols are the reason for any color in nature [especially plants]. When an apple is cut, the cells were damaged and phenolic compounds are released, this makes the brown coloration after cut of an apple. This is the same reaction as seen in brinjal [eggplant]. You can prevent an apple (or any oth…
Approximately 10-12 pounds, or 32 medium apples
One bushel of apples weighs about 42 lbs.
There are many methods, and are best described with diagrams, so check out the Web Link to the left for information on the various methods.
The United States They grow a lot in Washington the state also.They also grow a fair amount here in Ireland
About 40 lbs.
A pear grows on a vine
going on a clasic vacation
Apples grow on Apple trees.
Don't expose them to oxygen. keep the skin on them. if you happen to bite into one or cut one up but want to save the rest for later. use a air tight container and refridgerate them. apples tend to decay once exposed to oxygen. the inside of them that is.
<P>If you mean when you take a slice …
because of the juice.
This takes me back a few years. My grandad use to ask a similar question which was 'If it takes a man a week to walk a fortnight, how many apples in a pound of plums?', to which the answer was always 'A lemon!'. I'm sure you have to be of a certain generation to appreciate the humour of this....My …
deciduous trees are considered "hard wood" trees, and coniferous trees are "soft", even though some deciduous trees are soft and some coniferous trees are hard. but to answer your question, yes ash is a deciduous wood but it is soft and light. AnswerAsh is a hardwood.
The world's heaviest pear was grown in New South Wales, Australia and weighed 2.1 kg (4 lb 8 oz).
Natural enemies, oils, proper cultivation, pruning, and sprays are ways to stop grub moths from eating apples on apple trees. Natural enemies such as nematodes and praying mantises eat grub moths while dormant and neem oils and pyrethrin (low toxicity non-organic) and pyrethrum (organic) sprays may …
Up-to 500 grams .
3 cups of sliced apples = 1 pound
I think red and green apples, have about the same amount of seeds!
Either the acidic texture or the green leaves from a tree making it green. If you buy some from the store, sometimes they will dye the apples.
There are about 8 seeds in an apple
The understanding, from working on fruit and vegetable farms, is that a bushel is more of a volume than a weight. There is such a thing as a standard bushel, or half bushel basket that you can get from agricultural supply companies. A bushel basket is about three feet tall by about two feet wide at …
in weights of an apple depends on its size, species, and the amount of nutrients it gets depends on size type texture and nutrients idk weigh it!
Exogenous trees grow in width by forming a new layer of wood under the bark. Endogenous trees grow by forming new fibres within the trunk interspersed with the old fibres.
if they were born blind there really is nothing you can do. they won't know what red looks like or what's round........ ..that is not true, a blind person can know round by touch, they can know crisp and sweet by taste, sweet by smell, they can feel the smooth skin with a stalk at one end, and the b…
World apple production (see related links):
"The leading apple growing country is China, producing about 41% of the world's apples, followed by the United States, Turkey, France, Poland, Italy, the Russian Federation, Germany, Argentina, Japan, and Chile. Even warmer countries like Iraq and Mexic…
A small apple is about 100g. Larger ones might be twice that.
Apparently the largest apple ever recorded was about 3lbs , which
is about 1360g. Using that same page, that says that Americans eat
on average 19.6 lbs of apples or 65 apples a year, that gives a
mass of 136g per apple …
Depends on peoples preferences.
Caramel Apples is my personal favorite for Halloween
Yes bobbing for apples is still common during Halloween.
Bake the apples with cinnamon and brown sugar
0.4 g of fat are in an Apple measuring 3.25" in Diameter, also 14.6 g of Carb's and 0.3 g of Protein. Enjoy one !answer 2 Wikipedia.org, from USDA, suggest in g per 100g; fat 0.17, sugar 10.39, Calories 52 = 218kJ, protein 0.26. (the sugar is almost all of the carbs)zero
Sugar Grams in Apples
It depends upon the size of the apple. If it is a small apple with about 70 calories, it will have about 15 gram of total sugar. If the apple is large and has about 115 calories, it will have about 23 grams of sugar.
There are about 2-5 apples in a pound. They apples vary in size and shape so just estimate about how many apples you need.
3 pounds of apples roughly equals 8 cups of peeled apple slices, so 1 pound of apples would roughly equal nearly 3 cups of slices.
yes i am a 6th grader and we r learning about it :)
No. A banana is a banana, and apples are apples. They are different fruits.
Apple seeds disappear because you eat them
you put an apple and smother it in toffie and sprinkles then put in the fridge to set