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HS-PL20

Using Colorimetry methods to observe differences in the coloration of the malus domestica in controlled atmospheres

Plant Sciences
Hailey Evans

Grade:
10
Teacher:
Elyse Wexler

"Observing differences of the pink lady- malus domestica, apple in controlled atmospheres and traditional storage. Done through identifying five common dominant shades in six apples, then dividing the apples into two groups of three, one group the contained, the other group being the non- contained. Contained group in airtight storage containers, and the other non- contained group in open air storage. Later comparing the area averages per shade of each apple group to analyze differences between the two groups in the two storage methods. "


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One thought on “Using Colorimetry methods to observe differences in the coloration of the malus domestica in controlled atmospheres

  1. It must have been a lot of work to measure the area of different colors! It’s an interesting subject to study, especially since people are picky about colors of produce when shopping.

    Wishing you the best in your future studies of science!

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