Imperial Gala apples on branch

Imperial Gala apples on branch

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Credit: JOHN MARSHALL/AGSTOCKUSA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Apples. View of ripe Imperial Gala apples on the branch of a tree, Malus sp. Imperial Gala are a variety of eating apple. Selective cross- breeding has produced many types of apple tree with tougher, tastier fruit. Apples contain vitamins B, C and E, as well as minerals and fibre. Apple trees are thought to have originated in the area between the Caspian and Black seas. Photographed in Washington, USA.

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Keywords: apple, apple tree, botany, branch, fruit, imperial gala, malus sp., nature, of apples, on tree, part, parts, plant, plants, red, reproduction, reproductive, structure, tree, type, with frui, with fruit

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