"Fruit" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Fruits

    Fruits Professor Kelechi Mezu Introduction to Biology – SCI 115 March 2‚ 2010 We use our sense of taste to differ if fruit is sweet or sour. That taste depends on the components in the fruit. Fruits contain fructose‚ acids‚ vitamin‚ starch‚ proteins‚ and cellulose. All of these components contribute to the taste of fruit. Fruits with high fructose levels tend to be sweeter whereas fruits with high levels of acid tend to be sour. Oranges however‚ have equal quantities of fructose and acids

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  • Fruits

    fruits This list of culinary fruits contains the names of some fruits that are considered edible in some cuisines. The word "fruit" is used in several different ways.[1] The definition of fruit for these lists is a culinary fruit‚ i.e. "Any sweet‚ edible part of a plant that resembles fruit‚ even if it does not develop from a floral ovary; also used in a technically imprecise sense for some sweet or sweetish vegetables‚ some of which may resemble a true fruit or are used in cookery as if they

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  • Fruit Ripening

    are some fruits sweet and some sour‚ whereas others have no specific taste? Naturally fruit contains cellulose‚ proteins‚ starch‚ proteins‚ vitamins‚ certain acids and fructose (or sugar). When fruit ripens‚ a series of chemical changes occur in the fruit that result in either a sweet fruit‚ sweet and sour fruit‚ sour fruit or fruit with no specific taste. During these changes‚ the acids content in fruit becomes less and the fructose content increases thereby resulting in a sweet fruit (Coen

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  • Exotic Fruits

    Title: Exotic Fruits Aims and Objectives * To investigate on the general trend of exotic fruits consumption among participants. * To inquire about the main exotic fruits on the local market and to find out the different types of exotic fruits. * To investigate on the nutritional content of exotic fruits. * To find out the different ways of cooking exotic fruits. * To compare: * How economic‚ exotic fruits are compared to imported fruits. * Their advantages and disadvantages

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  • Cultivation of Fruits

    Aonla or Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis) is an indigenous fruit to Indian subcontinent. Owing to hardy nature‚ suitability to various waste-lands‚ high productivity/unit area (15–20t/ha)‚ nutritive and therapeutic value aonla have become an important fruit. Its fruits are a rich source of vitamin ‘C’. Aonla fruit is highly valued among indigenous medicines. It is acrid‚ cooling‚ refrigerant‚ diuretic and laxative. Dried fruits have been reported to be useful in haemorrhages‚ diarrhoea‚ dysentery

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  • Exotic Fruit

    exotic fruit and vegetables form developing countries are not reliable. However‚ in my opinion‚ to promote importing exotic fruit and vegetables from developing countries sounds a feasible idea. To begin with‚ the import of exotic fruit and vegetables can diminish the capital used on the study of food. Developed countries usually focus on tertiary industry. Resources devote on researching or technology should always be put on the top priority. Therefore‚ the investigation on exotic fruit and vegetable

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  • Dragon Fruit

    Dragon fruit‚ also known as pitaya or pitahaya‚ belongs to the Hylocereus genus of the Cactaceae family. It is recognized as leathery‚ slightly leafy – skinned sweet fruit of many cactus species rooted from Mexico‚ which was believed to be then brought to Central America by the European. Nowadays‚ dragon fruits are widely cultivated in the United States‚ the South East Asia region‚ Israel‚ Australia‚ Cyprus‚ as well as the Canary Islands (Morton‚ 1987). The term “dragon fruit” is used in English

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  • Golden Fruit

    Golden Fruit Golden fruit is the essay to expose life from the fruit of Orange and comparing with life that what the different character that all the man we have in this world. A A. Milne tries to tell us that there is a different character‚ different manner of living in this human world. In short‚ by using an Orange little fruit‚ he tries to conveying that there is a number of what to live in in this world. Abraham Lincoln sent the letter to the headmaster of his son schooling‚ “teach him to

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  • Fruit Ripening

    Placing fruit in a bag will help hasten the ripening for only a few fruits. Most fruits will not ripen (ever) once they have been picked. The only fruits that ripen once they’re picked are bananas‚ avocados‚ pears‚ mango‚ and kiwifruit. Ripeness in fruits is based on sugar content‚ not color‚ thus most tomatoes in grocery stores have no flavor because they were picked green and exposed to ethylene gas to induce color change. Tomatoes are what are known as a "climacteric fruit" which means they’ll

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  • Fruit Battery

    Project Title: Fruits and vegetables have voltage? Problem & Purpose: The purpose of the experiment is to understand how battery works and find out which fruit and vegetables that we eat can be used as an alternative way for a battery source. I become interested on seeing how batteries where used to power up my flash light and toys.

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