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Why Fruits Change Color and Flavor as They Ripen

There are two ways to answer this question- first, looking at what’s going on internally while the fruit is ripening and second looking at why these plants have evolved to do this at all, especially considering it’s seemingly a massive waste of the plant’s energy and resources to produce fruit of any color around its […] The post Why Fruits Change Color and Flavor as They Ripen appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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