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Synonyms for apple

the apple of your eye

Synonyms for apple

fruit with red or yellow or green skin and sweet to tart crisp whitish flesh

native Eurasian tree widely cultivated in many varieties for its firm rounded edible fruits

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Baronesa apple cultivar is of high fruit set and little responsive to chemical thinners, similarly to 'Fuji' cultivar (CAMILO; DENARDI, 2006).
Due to apple has been cultivated out of its soil and climate comfort zone, for establishment of commercial orchards, some studies about agronomical management for pruning, pollination, pests and diseases control, beyond nitrogen fertilizing are necessary for both apple cultivars.
The present experiment was, therefore, conducted to evaluate the influence of CaCl2 concentration and dipping duration on physical changes and incidence of soft rot in apple cultivars.
variety) showing that some apple cultivars are compatible to the Princesa apple cultivar grown under a semiarid climate.
acid- and phenol contents in apple cultivars from organic and integrated fruit cultivation.
Having the apple genome sequence will greatly accelerate our ability to define the differences between apple cultivars at the genetic level," said Kate Evans, an apple breeder based at the WSU Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center.
Fuji (Malus domestica Borkh) is one of the most popular apple cultivars grown in India.
Table 14-4 also includes apple cultivars and their recommended uses.
1997) and Williams and Langron (1983) have used sensory science such as hedonic scales or intensity scales to describe apple cultivars.
Chen, "Detection of Defects on Selected Apple Cultivars Using Hyperspectral and Multispectral Image Analysis," Applied Engineering in Agriculture, Vol.
This is no ordinary `Goodland' apple tree, for Mike has grafted thirteen different apple cultivars on it including `Fuji' and `Royal Gala'.