Definitions for "Apples"
A tart apple taste is found in some Rieslings, Chardonnays, and Chenin Blancs.
some German Rieslings, some Chardonnays, and some Chenin blanc wines smell and/or taste of apples as part of their varietal character. Often, an oxidized wine will smell of apples, generally less acidic or over-ripe apples.
According to the 'SuperFoods Healthstyle' author Dr. Steven Pratt, different varieties of apples have different phytonutrients, but they all have tons of antioxidants, including flavonoids and other polyphenols, and fiber.
There are thousands of kinds of apples, and they differ in color, flavor, shape, size and texture. Different varieties are used for different purposes. The most common varieties of apples are Delicious, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, McIntosh, and Rome Beauty. Varieties of Apples
Antioxidant, vitamin C, antibacterial
Keywords:  pentyl, valerate, pentanoate, coc, amyl
n-pentyl pentanoate, C4H9COC5H11 (amyl valerate) ...
Apricots Aquatic Archaebacteria Archegonial Head DIAGRAM: PHOTO: Marchantia / Marchantia / Marchantia / Marchantia
Keywords:  dury, ian, soundtrack, album, twenty
Apples is a 1989 album by Ian Dury, it was the soundtrack to his short-lived stage-show of same name though it was recorded before the show opened, it contains twelve of the twenty tracks from the show.
(Assisting People in Planning Learning Experiences in Service) APPLES is a student-led program at UNC-CH engaging students, faculty, and community agencies in service-learning partnerships. Our goal is to foster socially aware and civically involved students through participation in an enriched curriculum and hands-on experiences that address the needs of North Carolina communities.
Keywords:  malic, mosels, apparent, dry, derives
Derives from malic acid which is common in young dry whites. In Mosels it can be very apparent
Application Level Scheduler AppLeS is an adaptive application level scheduling system in which schedules are generated based on application specific information.