"Tomato" Essays and Research Papers

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  • tomatos

    The tomato is the edible‚ often red fruit/berry of the nightshade Solanum lycopersicum‚[1][2] commonly known as a tomato plant. The species originated in the South American Andes[2] and its use as a food originated in Mexico‚ and spread throughout the world following the Spanish colonization of the Americas. Its many varieties are now widely grown‚ sometimes in greenhouses in cooler climates. The tomato is consumed in diverse ways‚ including raw‚ as an ingredient in many dishes‚ sauces‚ salads

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  • Is Tomato a Fruit?

    correct. All fruit have seeds and that applies to all fruit. If a "vegetable" has seeds‚ then actually it is a fruit. This is simply a technical thing about Fruit. All fruit have seeds and anything with seeds is fruit. The word "tomato" may refer to the plant (Solanum lycopersicum) or the edible‚ typically

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  • Tomato

    Sample Informative Speech Outline Topic: Tomatoes General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about how to make two types of traditional Italian tomato sauce. Thesis: The two main types of traditional Italian tomato sauce are the Sunday Meat Sauce (Gravy) and the Marinara. I-The first and most common type of sauce is the Meat or Sunday Sauce. A-The Sunday meat sauce is based on history and tradition. 1-Sunday sauce is a tradition in most Italian and Sicilian

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  • Tomato Plant

    TOMATO PLANT 1) Seed: Tomato seeds are small‚ flat and disk shaped and about 1/8 inch wide. They contain two energy storage organs called cotyledons and an embryo encased in a hard outer shell called the seed coat. The seed is the dormant or resting stage of the plant life cycle. When young tomato plants are damaged‚ they tend to go into a dormant‚ survival stage in which plant growth is delayed for a while. Frost damage is something to look out for when planting tomatoes early on in the season

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  • Tomato Origin Essay

    Adam Adam 9/25/2010 Writing 231 Tomato Origin The tomato is typically red‚ edible fruit‚ and a vegetable. Tomato is rich with nutrients‚ including Vitamin C‚ Vitamin A‚ potassium‚ folic acid and more. It adds more nutrients to the diet than any other fruit or vegetable. The Tomato has origins that can be traced back to the Aztecs as early as 700 A.D; and it is generally assumed that it is native to the Americas. The Aztec people were a certain ethnic group from central Mexico‚ and spoke the Nahuatl

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  • The Amazing Tomato

    The Amazing Tomato The word "tomato" may refer to the plant (Solanum lycopersicum) or the edible‚ typically red‚ fruit that it bears. Having originated in America‚ the tomato was spread around the world following the Spanish colonization of the Americas‚ and its many varieties are now widely grown‚ often in greenhouses in cooler climates. The number of qualities tomato possesses is impeccable making it one of the finest fighting machines for cancer. Ketchup is one of the favorite thing kids like

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  • Tomato paste

    of whole tomatoes‚ tomato sauce‚ and tomato paste. The Western Foods Salsa is a blend of 50% whole tomatoes‚ 30% tomato sauce‚ and 20% tomato paste. The Mexico City Salsa‚ which has a thicker and chunkier consistency‚ consists of 70% whole tomatoes‚ 10% tomato sauce‚ and 20% tomato paste. Each jar of salsa produced weighs 10 ounces. For the current production period‚ Tom’s‚ Inc.‚ can purchase up to 280 pounds of whole tomatoes‚ 130 pounds of tomato sauce‚ and 100 pounds of tomato paste; the price per

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  • Tomato Heat Shock Protein 21

    The Plant Cell‚ Vol. 17‚ 1829–1838‚ June 2005‚ www.plantcell.org ª 2005 American Society of Plant Biologists Dual Role for Tomato Heat Shock Protein 21: Protecting Photosystem II from Oxidative Stress and Promoting Color Changes during Fruit Maturation Inbal Neta-Sharir‚a Tal Isaacson‚b Susan Lurie‚c and David Weissa‚1 a Robert H. Smith Institute of Plant Sciences and Genetics in Agriculture‚ Faculty of Agricultural‚ Food‚ and Environmental Quality Sciences‚ Hebrew University of Jerusalem‚ Rehovot

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  • The Effect of Temperature on the Xylem of Tomato Plants

    The effect of Temperature on the Xylem of Tomato Plants Question: How does temperature affect the Xylem in Tomato Plants? Introduction: Throughout this experiment I will be testing the size of the Xylem in Roma tomato plants when exposed to different temperatures. I will be placing six Roma Tomatoes in six different area which will each be in different temperatures. After three weeks of constantly watering the tomato plants with blue dyed water I will cut the plant from the root and examine

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  • Research Proposal (Tomato Juice)

    Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management (BS-HRM) RESEARCH PROPOSAL A QUALITATIVE STUDY ON TOMATO JUICE AND INVESTIGATING AN INDIVIDUAL’S PERCEPTION ON ITS BENEFITS Signed: _______________________ Submitted to: Printed Name: _________________ Printed Name:_______________________ Date: _________________________ TABLE OF CONTENTS Title 1 CHAPTER I Introduction 3 Background of the Study 3 Statement

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