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A fruit is an organ that develops from a flowering plant and contains one or more seeds
A fruit is a perfect snack food, basis of a dessert, colorful sauce, or soupSlide3
Hybrids and Varieties
Result from crossbreeding fruits from different species
Result from breeding fruit of the same species that have different qualities or characteristicsSlide4Slide5
(Smooth skin and an enlarged fleshy area that surrounds the core)
(Stone fruit) Contain a single seed, or pit, surrounded by juicy flesh.
- Fragile cell structure; pulpy and juicy; tiny seeds embedded in flesh
- Grow in warm regions, firm rind and pulpy flesh
- Hard outer surface that is smooth or netted; juicy flesh
- Grow in very warm climates; differ in skin composition and seed characteristics.
Why does some fruit turn brown after it is cut?
: exposure to air turns it brownSlide19
Can you prevent this?
Yes, soak it in ascorbic acid
(lemon juice, pineapple juice)Slide20
Seasonal fruits are lower in cost and have better quality
Buy only what you will be able to store and useSlide21
Free from decay
Free from bruises
Store fruits in the refrigerator and they will last about 1 week
Fruits ripen and spoil faster at room temperatureSlide23
Use fruit as snacks, salads or desserts
Choose whole or cut up fruits more often than fruit juiceSlide24
How much is a serving?
Teenagers need 1 ½ C. – 2 ½ daily.
1 medium fruit
6 oz. fruit juice
1 c. fruit piecesSlide25
Vitamins A, B, C
One nutrient you need everyday!!!!!!
Get at least one serving daily from fruits rich in Vitamin C such as:
Ripening happens when starches found in the fruit break down into sugar
This leads to deterioration or spoilage:
Decreases in Acidity
Increases in Sweetness