Why is there more DNA in a ripe banana than an underripe banana?
A ripe banana had more time to go through mitosis rather than an unripe banana had a lower time
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Answer: The best way to keep bananas so they don't ripen too quickly, is to hang them up so they are not touching anything. This is done in many large supermarkets in England.
Answer . sure, so long as it hasn't started to rot, or if you cut off the rotten parts.
Answer . if it is green and when you go to eat it and it is hard when you take a bite,that means it is non-ripe.If it is yellow and is soft when you want to eat it and take a bite,that means it is ripe and it is ready to eat.
bananas that aren't green but aren't too brown. they are yellow with a few small brow spots
Ripe bananas reach sweetness, unripe stick a strange flavor to your tongue. Ripe ones are normally yellow with brown spots on the skin. More spots, riper it is. Sometimes, particularly on cold wheather, bananas may get ripe without spots, but all yellow.
first you get a plastic bag and put a banana and a apple in the same bage and sit it in the refridgearator for a day!
Three general reasons: - the banana skins are more porous and split open easily - bananas get softer faster when they ripen - bananas are higher in sugars when ripe
224 g cream cheese. 1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk. 1 (5 ounce) package instant vanilla pudding mix. 710 ml cold milk. 5 ml vanilla extract. 224 g frozen whipped topping, thawed. 4 bananas, sliced. 168 g vanilla wafers. In a large bowl, beat cream cheese until fluffy. Beat in cond…ensed milk, pudding mix, cold milk and vanilla until smooth. Fold in 1/2 of the whipped topping.. Line the bottom of a 9x13 inch dish with vanilla wafers. Arrange sliced bananas evenly over wafers. Spread with pudding mixture. Top with remaining whipped topping. Chill. ( Full Answer )
Yes. They are a lot better, trust me. When you let the bananas get almost fully browned, it almost doubles the nutrition value in bananas. Ripe bananas, even though they look better than browned bananas, are so unhealthy for you. The amount of sugar that is in a ripe banana is 2 grams, and the… amount of sugar that is in a browned banana is less than 1 gram . So, in conclusion, browned bananas are a whole lot better for you than ripe bananas are. ( Full Answer )
Harvesting usually begins after about 75 days. They are harvested based on the color desired, from yellow to orange to red.
Answer . They say green-tipped bananas work the best.. Answer . I say just peel the stupid banana and eat it!
Yes you can eat them but that doesn't mean they will taste good!!!. Yes you can eat them but that doesn't mean they will taste good!!!. Yes you can eat them but that doesn't mean they will taste good!!!
They are because, you have to take them home, and then eat them and you are not going to eat them in one day. Otherwise they will get ickey.
Depends on how ripe. The colors go: Green, Yellow, Brown. Brown being the ripest. The darker the brown the riper the bannana.
Yes, but celery is even better, as it use more calories to eat then it gets from the piece of celery.
Eating ripe bananas can give you a big boost of energy, as they are very high in calories. They also have many vitamins and minerals also, such as phosphorous, iron, calcium and vitamin C. It is also said that eating ripe bananas will relieve diarrhea, while unripe bananas can stop constipation.
Generally a banana is best for eating when the peel is speckled with brown. It starts to be less enjoyable when it's more brown than yellow, so you might consider that "too ripe" by then. It's still safe to eat until it nauseates you, has significant discoloration (all brown and turning black) or mo…ld. ( Full Answer )
To mash up a ripe banana means to remove the peel, place the banana on a plate or cutting board, and use a table fork to squash, crush, or squish the banana until it is gooey. The purpose of mashing up a ripe banana is to either 1) use the banana in recipes, such as making banana bread, or 2) to fee…d the banana by small spoonfuls to an infant who does not eat solid food yet. ( Full Answer )
They have more sugar because they take longer to ripe and can be sometimes covered in brown sugar.
A banana would. In an experiment I completed just a few days ago. More than a whole gram of DNA was able to be extracted from the Banana compared to a strawberry
It depends on the person you are talking with, me personally, I prefer ripe bananas.
Depending on the size of a banana, it can contain more sugar than a mars bar. However, it is important to note that it is a different form of sugar that breaks down more slowly in your body, therefore not producing a spike in your blood glucose levels like the sugar in a chocolate bar. Sweets and ch…ocolate contain processed sugar- fruits contain naturally occurring sugars. ( Full Answer )
No, green bananas are under ripe. Bananas go from green to yellow to brown (ripe).
Bananas do not contain more Vitamin C than oranges. Bananas contain 10.74 mg of vitamin C versus oranges which contain 69.69 mg. The daily value % of bananas is 17.9%. The daily value % of oranges is 116%.
DNA is found in all life on earth. It is the basis of cellular reproduction.
In a ripe banana, it is yellow and the outside is pretty much yellow. By unripe do you mean under ripe? If so, the banana is green, hard, and unappealing. In an over ripe banana, the insides are brown, squishy, and disgusting The outside, too, is black, brown, yellowish, and squishy.
Green bananas haven't fully ripened yet. You can tell because they are relatively hard. As they ripen they turn yellow and eventually brown. During this process, sugars are released and the banana also softens up. The green banana therefore has the least amount of sugar, and the very ripe brown b…anana has the most. ( Full Answer )
Autumn leaves are much crunchier and much drier than bananas. They aren't nearly as flavorful, versatile and nutritious as bananas.
A ripe banana contains a high concentration of dietary fiber,vitamin C, potassium, vitamin B-6 and antioxidant compounds.
35- 40 dived into 8 sections gives you 5 banana's each, 5 x 7 = 35
Every organism has DNA flat out and simple. With no DNA, we would have no bananas. DNA is the basic building blocks for everything.
No, but the banana affects the apple's ripeness- the APPLE grows quicker. The banana grows normally.
no, A bunch of bananas weigh 2lb 4 oz if bananas 0.48 a pound, 1 kilogram = 1000 grams (a thousand grams) I kilogram = 2.2046 pounds
When extracting DNA from a banana, the DNA must release from the cell by breaking apart or lysing the cellular and nuclear membranes. Lysing in this case is the act of breaking open the cell membranes to expose the contents. This is performed by mashing the banana and adding a detergent/salt solutio…n. ( Full Answer )
That must be one hell of a gone-off banana... No, that is'nt racist. This is an AWESOME question and no it doesn't make you a banana racist. Not liking black ripe bananas doesn't make you some kind of banana bigot, it just means you should leave bananas out of the fridge. Refrigeration is… what makes the skin turn black. So leave them in a fruit bowl on a bench and they'll look good and stay yellow, provided you don't leave them there too long - and you'll be able to stop worrying whether you're offending your black bananas because you don't like the look of them. Black bananas are a good example of why bigotry is silly though: they're exactly the same inside as yellow bananas, it's just the different color outside that some people notice right away and let it put them off the whole fruit, without bothering to find out what's inside... _________________ It makes you a racist if you are in the same genus and species as the bananas you don't like, and if as a result you directly or indirectly prevent those bananas from enjoying all the rights and privileges that you have. It's perfectly ok not to 'like' ripe, black bananas. But if you go out of your way to step on them, you'll slip up... ( Full Answer )
They may contain some, but not as much as when they were green or partially ripened. Certain enzymes in bananas are converted to sugars during the ripening process, which is what makes them sweeter and softer as they ripen.
The riper the bananas get, the more the flavor develops. Using underripe bananas will result in a bland tasting product.
just like humans we all have different DNA , so bananas dont have the same
You will find that a banana is more ripe when the skin is a dark yellow color. Bananas are raw when they are green. Dark brown areas on the yellow skin of a banana indicate ripeness also. In the case of taste, a banana gets sweeter as it ripens.
put it in a air tight box and pump nitrogen in it and the will stay ripe for about two weeks
blue. na, jk. seriously, its green. and the place where the banana is grown is reddish pinkish. REALLY!
you have to leave it in some water in the fridge for 5 minutes then its ripe hope that helped :)
Yes! Just like all living things, bananas have DNA. It is also possible to extract DNA from a banana. There are tons of online labs to do this.
they ripe because they arent in sunlight the last time i had bananas mom left them outside by mistake and they are still good and yellow
Maybe because bananas are annual kind of plant, which means they can survive in all year round in both rainy season and summer season and it's easy to produce unlike to the other plant to our surroundings. On the other hand, bananas have a juicy stem or body, it has a complete structures of genetic …information and besides banana can reproduce itself, without mating from the other plant nor from the other species of banana.(asexual reproduction). ( Full Answer )
In geology, the aproximate assumption for liters (LG) is "Quantum Physics" if you will, therefore 7 does actually = 25 squared. (Thats only if you're in Antartica or Idaho)
yes, you dumm o a banana has more mass than a apple (dumm pips) -_-.
the benefit to extract DNA from banana IS TO PRODUCE NEW AND MORERAPID POPULATION OF FRUITS
Probably from the sweetness, yes. I get sick after eating any banana if I don't eat something else with it--from under ripe to over ripe. Over ripe ones especially. I don't know the science behind this but I would suggest eating the banana with peanut butter and milk or with other foods; if it's ban…ana bread, I would suggest milk at the least. ( Full Answer )
Unripe bananas are green and quite firm. Green bananas are oftenfried and used as a vegetable in some recipes.