How many apples are in an apple seed?
There are no apples in an apple seed due to the germantion but if you plant the seed it will aventually grow into either an apple or an apple tree x
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Why do apples have seeds?
Seeds are for future generations of apples to grow, once the apple hits the ground and rots there are the seeds for some new trees.
How are apple seeds dispersed?
The apple drops from the tree when ripe and is eaten by foraging animals that then spread the seeds in their droppings.
How many seeds does a fuji apple have?
A Fuji apple can have up to 10 seeds per fruit. Like other apples,Fuji apples have 5 seed compartments that can hold a maximum of 2seeds each.
How do you get apple seed?
You eat a Apple and inside of it are Apple seeds or you can buy them
Can you grow apple seeds in apple juice?
No. nope ... u have 2 buy special seeds 2 grow apple trees ... bt it would be kul if yaa cud us the seed from the apple :)
Where are the seeds of the apples?
\nThe seeds of the apples are in the center of the core, which is the very center. The apple grows from the core which is why the core is hard and you can't really eat it.
How many apples are in a crate of apples?
That would depend on the size of the crate, and the size of the apples.
How many seed in a apple?
usually about 5 or is it 10,... well it's somewhere in there trust me i know
Why do apples have so many seeds?
If you were to cut an apple in half cross sectionally you would find that an apple has five compartments. Each of these compartments should include a seed in order for the apple to be full sized and well shaped as the seeds produce hormones which allow the fruit to develop. Fruit which lack seeds often abort from the tree in times of stress. Varieties can have more than one seed in each carpel depending on the health and vigor of the tree. The healthier a tree is, the more potential seed the fruit can have per carpel. If you want to produce a certain type of apple it is not probable to do this by planting a seed from the wanted type. The seed will have DNA from the apple that the seeds came from, but it will also have DNA from the apple flower that pollinated the seeds, which may well be a different type. This means that the tree which would grow from planting would be a mixture of two. In order to grow a certain type of apple, a small twig, or 'scion', is cut from the tree that grows the type of apple desired, and then added on to a specially grown stump called a rootstock. The tree that grows will only create apples of the type needed. *Plants usually produce far more seeds than are needed. This is because many seeds don't survive and grow to maturity.
Why is there seeds in an apple?
so that if new seeds land in the ground a new apple tree can grow
Is an apple a seed?
No-- An apple is the fruit of a plant. The seeds for apple trees are on the inside of the apple fruit in what is commonly known as "the core" . no it is not, but apples produce seeds.
Does an apple have a seed?
Yes it does, it is in the core of the apple. Yes apples do have seeds
How much apple seeds are in a apple tree?
It depends on the tree. An older tree can have around 250 apples on it, which would be about 1,250 seeds.
How do you grow an apple tree from an apple seed?
Firstly, you dry out the seed.. You can do this by putting it on a window sill for a couple of days. Then find a spot in the garden that is not full sun, but with a balance of sun and shade.. Water your plant a lot. Good luck with your tree ;-)
How many apple seeds will kill a human?
189. Use 131 of them to close his/her throat and then put 29 seeds in each nostril
How do the seeds get in the apple?
Like most fruits, seeds "get in" the apples by flower pollination. A flower is pollinated and seeds develop. The fruit, (in this case, the apple) develops around the seeds.
How many apples could you grow from one apple seed?
The is no specific limit, but the maximum number of applesfrom a single tree, grown from a single seed, could range from 5 to10 thousand apples for some species, and as many as 100 thousandfor others, over the life of an adult tree. Some especially large,productive, or long-lived trees could even exceed this range. (An image in Wikipedia showed one large tree bearing severalthousand apples at once.)
How Many Apples are in One Apple Seed?
There are no apples in a seed only the potential to grow a tree that given the right conditions and care may one day produce fruit. Most fruit trees are now grafted onto hardy stock with cuttings from a reliable tree.
Which apple has more seeds the red apple or the green apple?
well I'm doing a science project about this and the results were that the red delicious apple had six seeds and the granny smith apple had five. Hope this answers your question. :)
An apple has how many seeds?
A Washington state Red Delicious Apple has 5 seeds which we believe corresponds to the 5 "Bumps" on the bottom of the Apple.
What do apple seeds taste like?
nasty and like a piece of wood Bitter. You'd be surprised. While the outside shell of the seed taste...Well, wooden and bitter, as mentioned above, the soft white stuff inside tastes something like almonds and vanilla. Don't eat too many, though. They contain traces of arsenic, which is lethal in high doses.
Are apples seeds?
Apples are the fruit of the apple tree, in the core of the apple you will find pips, these pips are the seed, not the apple itself.
Which have more seeds peach or apple?
An apple. There are several apple seeds in an apple, but only one pit in a peach.
What apple brand apple has the most seed?
Granny smith apple brand has the most seeds and the on with the least is the gala apple band.
What is a seeded apple?
A seeded apple is an apple with the seeds removed. It also meanspomegranate coming from the latin words, ponum (apple) and granatum (seeded).
How are seeds of apple dispersed?
Animals and Humans. The animals eat then spread them in there droppings and humans plants the seeds.
Can apple seed be carried by the wind?
Yes, all seeds can be carried by the wind as long as the wind is strong enough. An apple seed should be able to be carried like any other seed. This is how the tree population multiply, apple seeds are also eaten by birds which are then excreted so that is another way which seeds are carried.
Do birds eat apple seeds?
Apple seeds are toxic for many species of birds - as they contain a compound that is broken down into Hydrogen Cyanide.
How many seeds does it take to plant an apple tree?
Just one! But you'd have alot better luck if you plant several seeds so as to assure at least one seed germinates/grows.
How many apple seeds need to be eaten before sickness?
Apple seeds contain cyanide. Cyanide has an LD50 of 8 mg/kg, this means that in a sample of laboratory rats, when the level of cyanide reaches 8mg/ kg of body weight (or 50 parts per million) 50% of the sample population can expected to die. This is the way that toxicity of a substance is calculated. This means that an individual weighing 50kg will have to ingest 400mg of cyanide in order to kill them (50% chance). The other issue to bear in mind is that apple seeds only contain a small amount of cyanide, so you would have to eat a lot of them to make you sick. People have differing metabolic rates, this could also effect how cyanide is processed by the body and how toxic it may be to a person. See related links
Can you eat a apple seed?
Yes. You can eat an apple seed but they taste horrible. Why would you want to?
Can you die from eating apple seeds?
Theoretically you could but in the real life you would have to consume and chew a lot of apple seeds to experience poisoning.
How do you plant an apple tree from a seed?
im trying it rigght no . NOT . but i really want to know the answer ask someone else
How many seeds are in an average sized apple?
It depends on the size of the average apple. It normally works when you open up 5 apples, count how much seeds there are altogether, and then divide that number by 5. The answer at the end is normally between 25 and 30.
How many apple seeds are in an apple?
This vary from apple to apple, and also very much between the type of apple. Most apples have between 8-12 seeds, but some have less, others have many many more. The amount of seeds may vary with the condition of the tree, and the growth year also. If it is a particularily bad year, then there might be more seeds and fewer apples. In a good year, the apples will be bigger and have fewer seeds.
How many seeds do apples contain?
Apples have an indeterminate amount of seeds. Not all ovules are fertilised and so not all of them form into seeds. The number of seeds is also determined by the variety of apple.
How can you grow an apple with seeds?
Put the seeds buried in fertile soil, keep it watered and leave it exposed to sunlight. If your soil is not well nourished, use fertilizer. Wait about 6 years. The seed will either rot, get eaten by something, or grow into a tree. --- More effectively you should consider germinating the seeds prior to simply placing them outside. To germinate your own seeds, retrieve the seeds from an apple. Rinse the seeds to remove left over apple juice. Allow the seeds to dry in a cool environment completely until they have no further moisture on the outside. Place each seed into a seedling tray and bury it about 1/2 inch deep under well-draining potting soil. Keep the tray in a cool dark place and keep the soil moist but not dripping until the seeds begin to germinate and sprout. After a seed sprouts, transfer to a larger pot and allow to grow while it gets adequate sun, moisture and fertilizer for the next 2-4 years. Transferring to larger pots as needed. At 2-4 years old if the seedling appears strong enough to survive outside, transfer to its final location outside in fertile soil where it can get plenty of sun, water and nutrients. It may begin to bear fruit by the time its 6 to 8 years old. (longer or never in cold conditions or where lack of nutrients have stunted its growth) --- Assuming you do wait long enough to grow the full tree, the final color, taste and quality of the apple has as much to do with the quality of soil, sun and water it has been fed over the course of its lifetime. There is no guarantee that the tree you grow will create an apple similar to the one that generated the seed unless the exact soil and growing conditions match that of its origin tree. This is why there are so many varieties of apple, each time seeds are planted in a new region under new growing conditions there is variation to some degree in the final result.
How Many Apples in an Apple Tree?
it varies at any one given time, but over a season it can grow up to 840 apples
Is an apple seed a fractal of an apple tree?
No. add And interestingly enough, apple seeds seldom breed true to the parent. If you find a desirable 'sport' on your apple tree, it may be propagated from the wood of that twig, not the seed.
How do you get an apple seed on moshi monsters?
you have to be a member already are then go to the port then go to super seeds
How many apple seeds do you have to swallow for it to be deadly?
I can't remember exactly, but it is in the region of 6 to 7 kilograms. That's a lot of apple seed!
Is johney apple seed real?
Hi, people say that Johny apple seed was real they wrote a book about him but i did my research and he was a folk tale so do not belive people from here .
How many apples are there in apple pie?
It depends on the size of the apples; recipes I've seen call for3-6 fresh apples cut or diced to make 3-7 cups. The average 9" pieplate can hold about 4-5 cups of heaped apples. Apples vary greatly in size. Some varieties can be double theweight of other varieties. The best type for a baked Apple Pie inAustralia (where I live ) is considered to be the 'Granny Smith'They are an average size type of apple and I have made dozens anddozens of pies over my lifetime and I ALWAYS USE 5 peeled and coredGranny Smiths or 'Fuji' variety. Granny Smiths do not turn into a 'mush' when you cook them. Nevercook them for more than 6 to 7 minutes (gently simmering).
How many seeds from an apple does it take to grow an apple tree?
Recipe for an apple tree: 1 seed (preferably apple seeds - these work best!) Lots of Water Sunshine Good soil
Where did johnny apple seed get his apple seeds?
from the inside of the apple you idiot, but its really when a mommy apple and a daddy apple love each other very much and get all applely and make little baby apple seeds that will turn into little apple trees to create little apples once again. GO LOOK AT THE INSIDE OF THE APPLE YOU RETARD
How do you grow apple from apple seed?
well its very basic but time consuming without really going into any detail you first but the seed in fertile soil, next cover it with dirt and water about 2 times a day,(make sure it gets plenty of sunlight, finally just repeat and within a few months you will have an apple tree. (make sure you do this within spring-summer)
How many seed that apple have?
Seeds of fruit are formed when the pollen from the anther of one plant fertilizes the egg in another plants ovaries. The "star" you see when you cut an apple in half is due to the fruit's five ovaries, also known as seed cavities. Each cavity has the potential for two seeds, so 10 seeds per apple is the normal amount of seeds in an apple.
Why do an apple have many seeds?
The apple has so many seeds so you can plant another one, that's what seeds are for.Right.
How many seeds does an apple have?
Apples have three to five seed chambers that can carry from one totwo seeds. This means an apple can have as few as three seeds to asmany as ten seeds.
How many seeds does an custard apple have?
Nobody can tell you the exact number. It may vary from 5 till 15(18). That is the same as in apple. In one fruit you may find 2seeds in other more than 5.