What is the difference in the colours of peppers?
The different colors of capsicum peppers result from different types of peppers, different stages of ripeness, and different methods of preserving, whether fresh, pickled, dried or smoked. Capsicum peppers can be green, red, orange, yellow, purple or black.
Color denotes (typically) different degrees of ripeness.
What is the difference between provitamin a in green bell peppers and provitamin a in red bell peppers?
The Science Guy . Pro-vitamin A is an isomer of an unsaturated hydrocarbon found in many plants; it is a vitamin precursor; a substance that is converted into vitamin A in animal liver tissues it does not differ appreciatively from plant to plant.
Have a look here: http://www2.dpi.qld.gov.au/horticulture/5395.html They are the same except for a certain compound - which makes the chilli hot and unlike the 'capsicum' variety.
Mace or "tear gas" is a chemical compound. Most US military people are exposed to it during boot camp in a vapor-filled room where they are instructed to remove their gas masks. Some special operations forces are repeatedly exposed so that they can learn to perform normal tasks under its effects. It… has less of a burning effect but more of a respiratory and mucous effect. Pepper Spray is concentrated oil and resin from peppers, just like the name says. Its effects are claimed to be more intense and less easy to build up a tolerance to its effects, and has come to be more widely used for personal and policing purposes because of this. It is more of a liquid than a vapor, so it is less useful for weaponization. Pepper spray is extremely painful, moreso than mace. Mace is easy to weaponize and deploy on crowds or enemy troops from artillery shells, mortars, etc. It can form large, lingering clouds. Pepper spray is too heavy and oily for that, but pepper spray "clings" to the human skin and membranes and is harder to rinse off. Police have used combinations of both compounds on crowds in Seattle and at other protests. Potential hazards of doing this have been discussed but there isn't much medical research even though there have been deaths and law suits related to cardiac and respiratory failure after intense dosages have been delivered. (MORE)
The only uniform color in question was John Lennon's. I was always under the impression it was a lime green until I saw a photo of him in a yellow one and thought it was a reproduction error. It turns out from what I've heard it was acutally a chartreuse colortone which is a greenish yellow. Now tha…t explains it.. Paul's was blue, Ringo had pink and George had red. Petescharm@aol.com (MORE)
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periwinkle, lavender, orchid, heliotrope, mulberry, magenta, violet, indigo. those are the only ones that I know. i luv purple and i hope u love it 2! PURPLE IS EVERYWHERE and it is awsome1 purple purple purple. that is my name. everywhere that i go, purple is the fame1 yay purple! woooooooooooooooo…ooooooooooooooh! purple is awsome. luv ya till purple dies- purplishy (MORE)
Leaves colors are according to the quantities of chlorophyll (which is green) the plant contains.
Brightly colored fruits and vegetables are the source of many of the carotenes. . Beneficial Effects of the Carotenes . antioxidants . healthy skin, lungs and urinary tract. Since it maintains healthy skin and mucosal tissue, it is important for preventing disease. . white blood cell enhance…ment. . reproductive health as it is necessary for ovulation. . Provitamin A Carotenoids and Food Sources . CAROTENOID FOOD SOURCE Beta-carotene Green plants, carrots, sweet potatoes, squash, spinach, apricots, green peppers Alpha-carotene Green plants, carrots, squash, corn, watermelon, green peppers, potatoes, apples, peaches Gamma-carotene Carrots, sweet potatoes, corn, tomatoes, watermelon, apricots Beta-zeacarotene Corn, tomatoes, yeast, cherries Cryptoxanthin Corn, green peppers, persimmons, papayas, lemons, oranges, apples, apricots, paprika, poultry Beta-apo-8'-carotenal Citrus fruit, green plants Beta-apo-12'-carotenal Alfalfa meal . Nonprovitamin A Carotenoids and Food Sources . CAROTENOID FOOD SOURCE Lycopene Tomatoes, carrots, green peppers, apricots, pink grapefruit Zeaxanthin Spinach, paprika, corn, fruits Lutein Green plants, corn, potatoes, spinach, carrots, tomatoes, fruits Canthaxanthin Mushrooms, trout, crustaceans Crocetin Saffron Capsanthin Red peppers, paprika (MORE)
Salt is sodium chloride derived from rocks. Pepper is the dried fruit of piper nigrum, also known as a peppercorn. It is the most common spice in Europe.
Black pepper is the whole peppercorn and white pepper is the peppercorn with the shell removed. Black pepper has a black outer shell that has a strong flavor while white pepper is milder in flavor.. Use white pepper in dishes such as white sauce where color makes a difference in presentation. Darke…r dishes will use the black pepper. (MORE)
I copied this from the question with a misspelling ""Chef j" told me it's the amount of time it spends on the vine. The colored peppers are harvested later than the green ones. "
There is no difference as far as i know. Red pepper flakes are made from crushing dried red peppers.
"Chef j" told me it's the amount of time it spends on the vine. The colored peppers are harvested later than the green ones.
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The color depends on when the pepper was picked. Peppers that haven't ripened are green, then they turn yellow, and finally red when fully ripened.
That I know, its the same thing. Ground pepper is black peppercorns ground up. I think some recipes ask for both for the reason that ground black pepper penetrates food differently than just having the whole corn there. Freshly ground pepper from the peppercorns also tastes a lot better
\n. \nRed, yellow, and orange peppers are green peppers that have been allowed to fully ripen.\n. \nThe only difference is the color. The taste is usually sweeter than green peppers, since the colored peppers have been allowed to ripen fully.
Cracked pepper is made from peppercorns which have been broken apart or "cracked," but are still relatively large. Ground pepper is made from breaking down or "grinding" peppercorns further, such that the particles are made finer.
The main difference is the label that the grower puts on it. They are all edible, but many peppers sold as ornamental are hotter than those which Americans like to eat.
A green pepper is not a pepper, but a fruiting vegetable with a soft flesh.
No they are the same thing. Just try one of each you will see theyare exactly the same in flavor and texture. Mangos are great inspaghetti sauce, chilli, try stuffing some mangos' with ground beefand rice and a tomato sauce.
When most people see multi-colored cats, they see the tri-colored calico cat. The calico's colors are white, brown, and black. Another breed that is very similar to the calico is the tortoise-shell. They are also white, brown, and black tri-colored.
When wearing full armor and helmets, it was almost impossible for knights to tell apart friend from foe when in battle. As a way to tell who was who, knights would wear cloth tunics over their armor showing the colors and heraldry that represented who they were fighting for. They would often paint t…hese on their shield as well. (MORE)
No, not really, but it can be an indicator of genetics or breed. Calico cats are almost always female. Orange cats are almost always male. Solid white cats are frequently deaf. There are probably others, but those are the only ones I know.
Yes. Chipotle peppers are red and have a subtle smoked taste. Jalapeno peppers are green, with more of a zippy taste.
The colour of the blood depends on the composition of the blood. For example the number of red blood cells obviously effects the redness of the blood.
Black pepper and Chili peppers are two very different items, both used to add spice to different types of food. Black pepper is what you sprinkle on food. It comes in a shaker that matches the salt shaker, or can be ground at home with a device called a pepper mill. Black Pepper comes from ground …up pepper corns. Black pepper is put into or onto mild dishes to add a little zing. If you ate some plain black pepper your tongue would burn but would quickly cool with drinking water or other beverage. Chili peppers are sort of like vegetables and are EXTREMELY HOT. They are the spicy ingredient in hot sauce. Chili peppers are used in hot climates of the world due to their preserving qualities. They were not originally used for adding spice or 'zing' to a dish and can only be eaten when they are very diluted. If you ate a plain chili pepper you would die (or wish you could because your mouth and throat would be on FIRE). NOTE: It is NOT recommended for ANY spice to be eaten by itself. A spice should be eaten on or in food. (MORE)
Paprika is a spice made from ground, dried fruits of Capsicum annuum, either bell pepper or chili pepper varieties or mixtures thereof. In many European languages, the word Paprika refers to the Capsicum fruit itself. The seasoning is used in many cuisines to add color and flavor to dishes. Papri…ka can range from mild to hot. Flavors also vary from country to country. (MORE)
Like everything, paint looks darker while its wet. Its a bit like fabric, hair and pretty much everything else. As it dries it keeps getting lighter. Once the room is painted and dried, the paint continues to fade because of the light bleaching the colour.
LED stands for "light emitting diode". An LED that is capable of emitting more than one color is actually composed of more than one diode. For example, since diodes only transmit electricity in one direction, it's possible to make a green/orange/red LED with only two leads by connecting a red and …green emitting diode to both leads, but "pointing" in opposite ways. When DC current is applied in one direction, the red diode emits red light. When it's applied in the opposite direction, the green diode emits green light. When AC current is applied, both diodes emit light part of the time; if the AC alternates quickly enough, your eye blends the red and green and you perceive it as orange (or amber, or yellow, depending on the relative strength of the light sources). Alternatively, you can make an LED with three diodes (red, green, blue) with distinct leads (one side can be shared, if you want to minimize the number of leads) and depending on the percentage of time voltage is applied to each lead, the diode will appear to emit just about any color you want. (MORE)
Virtually infinite if you count the shades in between. Traditionally there is black, brown, white, yellow and red... but this is like asking what color a sunset is.
Because they comprise of hundreds of different breeds. It's just the way they've been selected and bred through hundreds if not thousands of years since being domesticated by humans.
Regular dr. pepper is made with high fructose corn syrup sweetner and Throwback Dr. Pepper is made with Real Sugar before hfcs.
The red, yellow and orange have a sweeter taste. The red usually being the sweetest and having the most flavor.
Leaves are typically green due to the pigment called chlorophyll. There are other pigments in a leaf that are for different colors, but during the summer months, it is chlorophyll that is dominant, thus making leaves green. In the autumn/ fall months, chlorophyll becomes less dominant, allowing for …the other pigments for colors such as red, yellow, and orange to show. Chlorophyll is responsible for much of the leaf's energy and food. During colder months, the leaf takes in less water and minerals, leading to a decrease in the amount of chlorophyll, and consequently lessening the color of green. (MORE)
Each board is assigned so they do not get mixed up, which causes sanitary issues. They chose red for meat, green for veggies, and yellow for poultry
Lighthouses are painted different colors and designs to make them day marks. So, if you were a Mariner out at sea during the day, you could look for the lighthouse. Let says for instance that you were off the coast of NC and you saw black and white swirling stripes down the lighthouse, you would the…n know that you were by Cape Hatteras. Or say you saw a lighthouse that had black and white diamond shapes on it....you would them know that you were farther south by Cape Lookout. (MORE)
No. Food colouring is just a way to colour your food. It does not give off flavor.
If you want a moshling that you have to get certain colors for, plant one seed. If it comes out a color you don't want, buy the seed again and plant it. Keep trying until you get the plant you need.
Rainbows occur when you see sunlight shining through a rainstorm. The curtain of raindrops act like millions of tiny prisms, which break light into it's component colors - a rainbow.
By mixing primary color (red, blue, and yellow) you can achieve any color gradation you want Well the computer runs off the red, blue, and green scheme. However, I believe the question was referring to making an entirely NEW color. And sadly that answer is no. The true basic color is WHITE from li…ght. Black is the absence of light and, in the world of science, not considered a color at all. White light may be broken down into a spectrum you may remember from school. ROYGBIV (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet). When you look at an object, your eyes see the reflection of color that object cannot adsorb. For instance, when white light hits grass outside you see green because it absorbs all the colors but green, reflecting the green to your eyes, so the grass is technically every color butt green! Outside our vision lies the world's of Infrared and Ultraviolet ( the extremes of our spectrum). These types of light we cannot see, but are very damaging to our eyes. In a nutshell you must have light to have color and we are not equipped to see colors outside our white light spectrum. Sad.... (MORE)
Its kinda like tangerine to an orange...same Family of fruit (citrus) different breed. (if u will) . Serrano Chile peppers don't dry well, since they are too meaty. The serrano is about 5 times hotter than my personal fav the jalapeÃ±o .
You see different coloured objects by light. the light hits the object and reflects into your eyes.
it all depends on what colour the dam(mother) sire(father) are and what they carry i myself have kits(babies) in the nest. dam is blue eyed white, sire is himilayan kits however are Vienna marked blue, Vienna marked black and B.E.W or himi. the blue n black are from her side as this is what she carr…ies. (MORE)
No, the velocities of all the different colors andelectromagnetic radiation (i.e. - Radio waves, Infrared waves,Microwaves, Visible Light, Ultraviolet Rays, X-Rays, and GammaRays) are the same . In a vacuum, this velocity (the speed of light), commonly referredto as c , is approximately 3.0*10^…8 or 300000000meters/second (or 186000 miles/second). In other media such as air,glass, water the velocity or speed of light would be different Although all colors have the same velocity, each color isidentified by its frequency and wavelength. A colorwith a higher frequency has a shorter wavelength (and a lowerfrequency has a longer wavelength. This equation demonstrates this relationship between frequency andwavelength for a given speed: v = fÎ» where v=velocity/speed, f=frequency in Hertz, Î»=wavelength inmetric units (meters, centimeters, etc) (MORE)
Primary colors will depend upon your point of reference: . When working with paint pigments, the primary colors are Red,Yellow and Blue. . If you are talking about light or digital media, the primarycolors are Red, Green and Blue. . When talking about printer toners, the primary colors areMagent…a, Yellow and Cyan. (MORE)
It all depends on the frequency of a wavelenght for example red is a low frequency and violet is a high frequency
Sand is different colors depending on what its composed of, one example is the black sand in parts of Hawaii that is made of lava.
It all depends on the company. Some jelly beans have a limited amount of colors, like 4 or 5. Other companies, such as Jelly Belly, have dozens of color variations.
There is no way to pick the color your plant grows up to be. It is completely luck of the draw. If you are a member and you find an egg (I found one on Main Street) click on it and it will appear in your garden and I don't know what happens after that because mine hasn't hatched yet.