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Apple, one of the fruits, is a subfamily of the family Rosaceae, which is a deciduous tree. Apple is rich in minerals and vitamins and is one of the fruits that people eat regularly. Apple is a low-calorie food that produces 60 kilocalories per 100 grams. The nutrients in apples are so soluble that they are easily absorbed by the body, so they are called "live water". It is good for dissolving sulfur and making the skin smooth and soft.
There are thousands of apple varieties, which are divided into three categories: wine varieties, cooking varieties and fresh foods. The characteristics of the three types of varieties vary in size, color, aroma, smoothness (and possibly brittleness, flavor). Many varieties have higher sugar content, moderate acidity, and low tannin content. In addition to raw food, apples also have a lot of cooking methods. They are often used as snacks. Apple fillings are probably the first American sweets. Fried apples are often eaten with sausages, pork chops, etc., especially in Europe. The latest taxonomic evidence shows that there are only 38 members of the apple genus. It seems that it is not difficult to find a "generic gene", but each species seems to have something in common with the apples we eat, and each species Some fruit can be provided, although some tastes are not very good. From this perspective, each species of the apple genus may contribute a little to the sweetness of the apple in the supermarket. About 2,000 years ago, orchards around the world were planted.
Apple is native to central Europe, southeastern Europe, Central Asia, and China's Xinjiang. In Europe three hundred BC, M.P.Cato has documented the variety of apples. Later, the Romans began to cultivate and grafted and reproduced. In the eighteenth century, J.B. Montessori and T.A have used natural hybridization to carry out seedling selection and gradually promote cultivation. After discovering the New World of the Americas, European immigrants introduced apples to the Americas and cultivated many new varieties in the Americas. In the era of the Meiji Restoration, Japan introduced apples from Europe and the United States and introduced them to Asia. Since then, Apple has also been introduced in Oceania and Africa. In the past 100 years, apple cultivation has been carried out on five continents. The earliest Europeans had eaten apples and improved and selected them. Some varieties were seen more than 2,000 years ago. Before the colonization of the Americas, hundreds of varieties were known in Europe. With the wave of immigration in North America, the seedling apple varieties have spread everywhere, becoming the ambassadors of local legends, playing a major role in the spread of Apple, the most prominent of which is John Chapman, who is nicknamed "Apple 佬"Apples are widely grown in Ohio and Indiana." Indians and trappers can also spread apples.