Apples

Apples grow on trees and are a member of the rose family. They are one of the most widely cultivated tree fruits in the world.

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What makes things rot?

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oxidation
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What toxic element is found in apple seeds?

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As a trace metal, arsenic is found in apple seed.
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Does an apple off the tree have cells?

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Yes. An apple is made of cells.
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Is it safe to cook and eat diseased apples?

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Yes, you can eat most diseased plants safely be it cooked or uncooked because the pathogens infecting the plants cannot infect you. There are very few pathogens which are considered "opportunistic pathogens" who will infect both people and plants. That being said, a diseased plant may not be edible in terms of flavor or texture so if possible it is usually just preferred to eat healthy produce. A surface infection like flyspeck or sooty blotch on an apple for example will not bother you.
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What countries are apples grown in?

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Apples are grown in many countries....the most famous place from where large amounts of apple are exported from is Europe.
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Can apples grow in all weather conditions?

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Apples grow in most weather conditions and are very yummy. They grow mainly in the eastern northern most part of south Chile. I don't know why this happens but whenever I do it it makes it taste sooper yummylicious. That's why i has the bestes asdfjklv.....
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How do you make Mike's hard spiced apple?

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you take apple cider and you leave it in the summer sun for about 2- 4weeks
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How much does a apple weigh?

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9-12 oz, or between 250- 350 g
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How many pounds of fresh apples does the average American eat per year?

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about 20 pounds of apples!! I know. it's a lot! thanks 4 readin'
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What is the scientific name of a green apple?

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Malus domestica is the scientific name for an apple
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Is there sugar in apples?

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Yes, there are 10.4 g of sugar in 100 g of apple.
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Why is there no pine or apples in pineapple?

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Because that's the way it is named! Same reason there's no shepherd in Shepherd pie and no cottage in Cottage cheese and no banana in bandana.
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What is a variety of dessert pear?

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If you are making a pear tart, use Bosc pears because they don't fall apart as easy. If you are making a pie, a mix of Barlett and Bosc pears would work well.
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Why is applesauce yellow?

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The inside of an apple is yellowish so apple sauce is yellowish.
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Who is the actress in masoom pears add with leisha?

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its huma qureshi the model, she is doing anurag kashyap's new 3d thriller
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Can an apple tree grow four different types of apples?

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Yes, but only if you graft three different varieties of apple branch onto the original tree.
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What does the average red delicious apple weigh?

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THAT'S a pretty small apple!
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How do you ripen green pears?

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Green pears can be put in a paper bag to ripen quickly but check them daily to make sure they don't get too ripe. Pears can also be left in a bowl on a countertop and they'll ripen a little slower than in a bag but they're handier for a visual check.
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Can you burn camphor tree wood?

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i my self am trying to find out
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How does apple spoil?

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An apple can spoil if it is left out or uncovered. It develops bacteria.
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Why do people cook a whole roasted pig with an apple in its mouth?

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From what I know it's to absorb the smell of the Pork. The pork smell is very strong. Normally I use cloves and apples. After you can turn the apple into sauce. :This probably seems silly, but when I was a kid my dad offered up a guess that I thought was clever. (Though likely untrue now that I think of how strong their mouths are) I remember hearing that an apple was stuffed in the pigs mouth prior to slaughter to keep the pig from biting anyone during the process. It's purely decorative and is not cooked at all. The pig's mouth is empty when cooked.