The apple tree (Malus domestica) is a deciduous tree in the rose family best
known for its sweet, pomaceous fruit, the apple. It is cultivated worldwide as a fruit
tree, and is the most widely grown...
Jan 12, 2010 ... Look for apples of all kinds; you might be surprised by the seed number and
distribution ... Do red apples have more seeds than yellow apples?
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Apr 11, 2013 ... If we take three kinds of apples and count their seeds, then we think that the
Granny Smith Apple will have more seeds because it is a green ...
It takes the energy from 50 leaves to produce one apple. Apples are the second
most valuable fruit grown in the United States. Oranges are first. In colonial ...
Different varieties of apples will have different number of seeds. World's top apple
Q: Do different types of apples have the same number of seeds? Why? We cut a
... More than likely the tree would die if you plant it in the same spot. There is no ...
Jul 19, 2012 ... This is called seed dispersal, and it is just one strategy that plants use to spread
... Different types of fruits: Try to include a pepper, tomato and apple as well as a
... Did some types of fruit clearly have more seeds than others?
An apple fruit is a disposable womb of the mother tree, but the seeds it ... and you
want to make more trees just like it, you have to clone it: Snip off a shoot from ...
this is my guess, but I have no numbers to back it up. ... Why are apples the
second-most consumed fruit in America? ... Which fruit produces the most seeds?
... (see the experimental protocol page : How Many Seeds Do Different Types of
That question is unknown, The Gala apple, and the Jonagold on average have
more seeds than any other type of apple, but it just depends on the fruit.
Mike: "Because it's more colorful than a vegetable and it has juice." ... seeds -
juicy - taste good - sweet - polka dots - sour - hard - crunchy - apple starts with A