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it is about the importance of apples and some interesting facts

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  • 1. Presented By: Ayesha Waheed (003) Iqra Asghar (012) Sumbal Zahid (013) Saba Ashraf (014) Saadiya Shafqat 021 Ayesha Siddiqa (017 Presented to: Miss. Saima Sarwar
  • 2. One of the most popular fruits. ☻ Favorite to health conscious. ☻ As “AN APPLE A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY.” ☻
  • 3. Production
  • 4. ☻ Ripen July through October. ☻ Ripen late. ☻ Apple trees take four to five years to produce their first fruit. ☻ The original home of the apple is considered to be in the countries of Southwest Asia, including the land of Israel. ☻ China, the largest producer. ☻ 2,500 varieties of apples are grown in the united states. ☻ 7,500 varieties of apples are grown throughout the world.
  • 5. TYPES Gala Golden Delicious Pink Lady Granny Smith Red Delicious
  • 6. ☻Did you know? Apples come from the ROSE FAMILY, rosacea, that’s why they have a rosy aroma! ☻The science of apple growing is called pomology.
  • 7. Disease Resistant ☻ Are naturally disease prone. ☻ Help in digestion. ☻ Don’t peel apple, peel is antioxidant. ☻ They decrease the risk of diabetes ☻ Apples boost your immune system
  • 8. ☻They can help breathing problems A 2007 study found that women who eat plenty of the fruit are less likely to have children with asthma. ☻May fight against liver, colon, and breast cancer.
  • 9. . If you threw an apple in water, it wouldn’t sink – apples float in water! This is because 25% of their volume consists of air.
  • 10. Benefits • • • • • • Control your weight. Detoxify your liver. Lowers the level of cholesterol. Get a healthier heart. Are fat, sodium, and cholesterol free` Apples may help your memory and lower your chances of developing Alzheimer's.
  • 11. Beat diarrhea and constipation. Get whiter, healthier teeth. Resist The Winter Cold. Exercise Extender
  • 12. Maintain your smile  While apples don’t actually clean the teeth, biting and chewing an apple stimulates production of saliva, reducing tooth decay by lowering the levels of bacteria in the mouth.
  • 13. Apples can help you improve your memory
  • 14. benefits Pastes of apple and honey, and apple and milk when applied on the skin increase it shine and glow. Can be cooked or preserved but best when eaten fresh.
  • 15. Apple juice :p •Energy Boost •Grow Some Hair •Heal Rheumatism. •Improve Eyesight. • Clear your arteries.
  • 16. Apple Pie
  • 17. “To eat an Apple before going to bed, will make the doctor beg for his bread” 
  • 18. Demand-consumption Second most consumed fruit Average U.S. per person consumption 48 pounds The per person consumption of apple juice 26.6 pounds The consumption of fresh market apples 15.45 pounds
  • 19. Human consumption  Often eaten raw  Seeds are slightly poisonous  Can be canned or juiced  Are milled to produce apple cider and filtered for apple juice
  • 20. STORAGE Commercially •Apples can be stored for some months in controlledatmosphere chambers to delay ethylene-induced ripening. • Apples are commonly stored in chambers with higher concentrations of carbon dioxide and high air filtration •This prevents ethylene concentrations from rising to higher amounts and preventing ripening from occurring too quickly
  • 21. Home Most varieties of apple can be held for approximately two weeks when kept at the coolest part of the refrigerator i.e. below 5 °C Some types, including the Granny Smith and Fuji, can be stored up to a year without significant degradation
  • 22. Nutritive Values It has great nutritional values, containing essential food elements: Sugar 11% Protein 0.3% Carbohydrates 14.9% Vitamins C, A & B in a balanced form
  • 23. Major producing countries of apples MAJOR PRODUCING COUNTRIES OF APPLES Country Name Quantity (M. tonnes) China 17,508,251 U.S.A. 04,963,900 France 02,500,000 Turkey 02,500,000 Germany 02,154,180 Italy 02,115,470 Iran 02,000,000 Argentina 01,347,315 India 01,300,000 Chile 880,000 Pakistan 600,000 South Africa 515,000 New Zealand 500,000 Netherlands 470,000 Belgium - Luxembourg 413,230 Australia 360,000
  • 24. Production of apples in Pakistan PRODUCTION OF APPLES IN PAKISTAN (PRODUCTION "000" TONS) Year Punjab Sindh NWFP Balochistan Pakistan 1995-96 2.3 0.2 85.0 466.0 553.5 1996-97 2.3 0.2 85.7 480.2 568.5 1997-98 2.4 0.3 86.5 492.5 581.7 1998-99 2.4 0.3 90.0 505.0 597.7 1999-00 2.5 0.4 100.0 600.0 702.9
  • 25. Total area of under cultivation TOTAL AREA OF APPLES UNDER CULTIVATION (AREA "000" HECTORS) Year Punjab Sindh NWFP Balochistan Pakistan 1995-96 0.3 0.1 8.0 33.4 41.8 1996-97 0.3 0.1 8.1 35.0 43.5 1997-98 0.3 0.1 9.2 37.0 46.6 1998-99 0.3 0.1 11.0 40.0 51.4 1999-00 0.3 0.1 12.0 42.0 53.4
  • 26. “The sweeter the apple, the blacker the core. Scratch a lover and find a foe!"
  • 27. This was all…abOut tOdayz presentation