How Cherry Is Good For Your Skin

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How Cherry Is Good For Your Skin - Quiz

Cherry is an edible fruit available in two species. It has two main species; one of which is sweet and the other, sour. Cherries can be found in America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Normally, It start fruiting after four years of planting. Cherry contain melatonin hence it is good for the skin. You already know that? Let's see how much you know in this quiz.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which of these is a genus of cherry?

    • A.

      Cerasus

    • B.

      Ceraceae

    • C.

      Titaluse

    • D.

      Ceralus

    Correct Answer
    A. Cerasus
    Explanation
    Cerasus is a genus of cherry.

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  • 2. 

    What is the botanical name of sweet cherry?

    • A.

      Prunus satis

    • B.

      Prunus drupe

    • C.

      Prunus cerasus

    • D.

      Prunus avium

    Correct Answer
    D. Prunus avium
    Explanation
    The botanical name of sweet cherry is Prunus avium.

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  • 3. 

    Scientifically, sour cherry is regarded as _______

    • A.

      Prunus avium

    • B.

      Prunus cerasus

    • C.

      Prunus satis

    • D.

      Prunus drupe

    Correct Answer
    B. Prunus cerasus
    Explanation
    Prunus cerasus is the correct answer because it is the scientific name for sour cherry. Prunus avium is the scientific name for sweet cherry, not sour cherry. Prunus satis and Prunus drupe are not valid scientific names for any type of cherry.

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  • 4. 

    Where was the origin of the word 'cherry'?

    • A.

      Latin

    • B.

      Spanish

    • C.

      Italian

    • D.

      French

    Correct Answer
    D. French
    Explanation
    The word 'cherry' originated from the French language.

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  • 5. 

    What kind of cherry is mainly used for cooking?

    • A.

      Cherry blossom 

    • B.

      Wild cherry

    • C.

      Sour cherry

    • D.

      Sweet cherry

    Correct Answer
    C. Sour cherry
    Explanation
    Sour cherries are mainly used for cooking because they have a tart flavor that complements sweet dishes. They are commonly used in pies, jams, and other desserts where their acidity can balance out the sweetness of other ingredients. Cherry blossoms are not used for cooking as they are primarily ornamental flowers. Wild cherries and sweet cherries can also be used for cooking, but sour cherries are preferred due to their distinct taste.

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  • 6. 

    Which of these is not a rootstock of cherry?

    • A.

      Gisela Colt

    • B.

      Colt

    • C.

      Mahaleb

    • D.

      Mazzard

    Correct Answer
    A. Gisela Colt
    Explanation
    Gisela Colt is not a rootstock of cherry. The other options mentioned - Colt, Mahaleb, and Mazzard - are all commonly used rootstocks for cherry trees. Rootstocks are used in grafting to provide a strong and disease-resistant root system for the desired fruiting variety. Gisela Colt, on the other hand, is a dwarfing rootstock primarily used for sweet cherries, but it is not a traditional rootstock for cherry trees.

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  • 7. 

    How many years does it take for a cherry plant to mature fully ?

    • A.

      Five years

    • B.

      Three years

    • C.

      Seven years

    • D.

      Four years

    Correct Answer
    C. Seven years
    Explanation
    Cherry plants take seven years to mature fully. This means that it will take this amount of time for the plant to reach its full growth and produce its maximum yield of cherries.

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  • 8. 

    What is the most popular pest of cherry plant?

    • A.

      Cherry grasshopper

    • B.

      Cherry green fly

    • C.

      Cherry fruit fly

    • D.

      Black cherry aphid

    Correct Answer
    D. Black cherry aphid
    Explanation
    The black cherry aphid is the most popular pest of cherry plants. Aphids are small insects that feed on the sap of plants, causing damage to the leaves and stems. The black cherry aphid specifically targets cherry trees, infesting the leaves and causing them to curl and distort. This pest can be detrimental to cherry crops if left untreated, as it can weaken the tree and reduce fruit production. Therefore, it is important for cherry growers to be aware of the presence of black cherry aphids and take appropriate measures to control their population.

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  • 9. 

    What is the percentage composition of Vitamin C in Cherry?

    • A.

      Fifteen percent

    • B.

      Twenty-four percent

    • C.

      Twenty-three percent

    • D.

      Twelve percent

    Correct Answer
    D. Twelve percent
    Explanation
    The correct answer is twelve percent because it states the percentage composition of Vitamin C in Cherry.

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  • 10. 

    How many species of cherry exist in nature?

    • A.

      23 species

    • B.

      29 species

    • C.

      57 species 

    • D.

      54 species

    Correct Answer
    D. 54 species

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