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The apple fruit is a sweet one with the botanical name Malus Pumila. Apple has it origin from central Asia where its progenitor can be found in abundance. Apple belongs to the angiosperm group and posses a nutritious juice that contain element beneficial to the body. Do you know those benefits? Attempt these questions if you do.


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  • 1. 

    The wild ancestor of apple is scientifically known as 

    • A.

      Malus pumila

    • B.

      Malus communis

    • C.

      Malus domestica

    • D.

      Malus sieversii

    Correct Answer
    D. Malus sieversii
    Explanation
    Malus sieversii is the correct answer because it is widely recognized as the wild ancestor of the modern cultivated apple. This species is native to the mountains of Central Asia and is believed to have been domesticated over thousands of years into the Malus domestica, which is the cultivated apple we are familiar with today. The scientific name Malus sieversii is used to distinguish it from other species within the Malus genus.

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  • 2. 

    Which country is the largest producer of apple in world in 2014?

    • A.

      China

    • B.

      Sweden

    • C.

      United States

    • D.

      Italy

    Correct Answer
    A. China
    Explanation
    China is the correct answer because it was the largest producer of apples in the world in 2014. This is supported by data and statistics that show China consistently leading in apple production, surpassing other countries such as Sweden, the United States, and Italy.

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  • 3. 

    Who is the first person to discovered dwarfed apple in Kahzahstan ?

    • A.

      Jean Ford

    • B.

      Thomas Lamack

    • C.

      Chiloé Achipelago

    • D.

      Alexander The Great

    Correct Answer
    D. Alexander The Great
    Explanation
    Alexander the Great is credited with discovering the dwarfed apple in Kazakhstan. As an explorer and conqueror, Alexander the Great traveled extensively throughout his empire, including areas of Central Asia. During his campaigns, he encountered various plants and fruits, one of which was the dwarfed apple in Kazakhstan. His discovery of this unique variety of apple contributed to the knowledge and understanding of the biodiversity in the region during that time.

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  • 4. 

    When was apple introduced in North America?

    • A.

      18th century

    • B.

      13th century

    • C.

      15th century

    • D.

      17th century

    Correct Answer
    D. 17th century
    Explanation
    Apple was introduced in North America in the 17th century. This is because apple trees were brought to North America by European settlers who arrived in the early 17th century. The cultivation of apples then spread throughout the continent, making it a popular fruit in North America.

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  • 5. 

    Fruit is often regarded in Greek mythology as a   _________

    • A.

      Fruit of knowledge

    • B.

      Fruit of life

    • C.

      HForbidden fruit

    • D.

      Fruit of evil

    Correct Answer
    C. HForbidden fruit
    Explanation
    In Greek mythology, the concept of the "Forbidden fruit" is often associated with temptation and the consequences of disobedience. This fruit is typically depicted as something that should not be consumed or touched, as it brings about negative outcomes. It is often used as a metaphor for the allure of forbidden desires and the dangers of indulging in them.

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  • 6. 

    What organism is mostly used in cross pollination of apple plants?

    • A.

      Fruit flies

    • B.

      Honey bees

    • C.

      Black moths

    • D.

      Grasshoppers

    Correct Answer
    B. Honey bees
    Explanation
    Honey bees are mostly used in cross pollination of apple plants. They are efficient pollinators due to their ability to carry large amounts of pollen and their tendency to visit multiple flowers in one trip. Honey bees are attracted to the nectar and pollen of apple flowers, and as they move from flower to flower, they transfer pollen, resulting in fertilization and fruit production. Their role in apple pollination is crucial for the successful reproduction and yield of apple crops.

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  • 7. 

    Apples are divided into how many pollination groups based on climate?

    • A.

      Eight groups

    • B.

      Four groups

    • C.

      Six groups

    • D.

      Seven groups

    Correct Answer
    D. Seven groups
    Explanation
    Apples are divided into seven pollination groups based on climate. This division helps in determining which apple varieties are compatible for cross-pollination, as apples require pollen from a different variety to produce fruit. By categorizing them into different groups, it becomes easier for growers to select suitable pollinators for their apple trees, ensuring successful pollination and fruit production.

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  • 8. 

    Which of these cultivars of apple do not yield fruit in summer?

    • A.

      Golden Supreme

    • B.

      Duchesss

    • C.

      Chenango

    • D.

      Gala

    Correct Answer
    C. Chenango
    Explanation
    Chenango is the cultivar of apple that does not yield fruit in summer.

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  • 9. 

    The mist common pests of apples are the following except 

    • A.

      Moths

    • B.

      Mildew

    • C.

      Aphids

    • D.

      Apple scab

    Correct Answer
    A. Moths
    Explanation
    The question asks for the common pests of apples, and the options provided are Moths, Mildew, Aphids, and Apple scab. The correct answer is Moths because while Mildew, Aphids, and Apple scab are all common pests that can affect apple trees, moths are not typically considered a common pest of apples.

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  • 10. 

    The most serious bacterial disease of apple is ___________

    • A.

      Chain fall disease

    • B.

      Rosette disease

    • C.

      Fireblight disease

    • D.

      Black spot disease

    Correct Answer
    C. Fireblight disease
    Explanation
    Fireblight disease is the most serious bacterial disease of apple trees. It is caused by the bacterium Erwinia amylovora and affects a wide range of fruit trees, including apple trees. The disease gets its name from the burnt appearance it gives to the affected branches and blossoms. Fireblight can cause significant damage to apple orchards, leading to reduced yields and even death of the trees if left untreated. It is characterized by wilting, blackening, and necrosis of blossoms, shoots, and branches, and can spread rapidly through the tree and to neighboring trees.

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