Fresh apples typically last between two to four weeks without refrigeration, and
up to two months when properly refrigerated. Apples that have been sliced may ...
May 23, 2014 ... The purpose of this project is to determine which of the following fruits, bananas,
kiwis, apples, oranges or Clementine's rot the fastest.
Fruits like apples can rot and decay over time. ... Different pathogens have
different effects on rotting apples. ... How Fast Does it Take for Apples to Rot?
Aug 29, 2014 ... With this apple rotting experiment kids will get to explore what happens to apple
slices when left to sit in air, water, vinegar, and oil.
Mar 5, 2012 ... Find out in this fun science investigation using rotting apples. ... do not thrive and
cannot reproduce as fast as they can in the other conditions.
I want to find out what is the best temperature to keep apples fresh. Broad
Question: What temperature will affect the rotting process faster for an apple.
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Feb 21, 2007 ... A time-lapse video of an apple decaying. ... people trying to make a metaphor out
of a video that simply shows the process of an apple rotting…
A science experiment for your science fair! This is a complete science fair project,
including printables for your tri-fold, photos of the apples in this.
Apples turn brown when exposed to air because of the oxidation process that
goes on ... Faster than if you left it exposed to air at room temperature. ... The
fridge does not stop chemical reactions, so bacteria will still rot the food
Aug 7, 2014 ... We've all heard the saying "one bad apple spoils the whole bunch," and have
probably seen instances where it does apply to people, but does ...