Subject: Are Watermelons white on the inside before they are cut?
Date: Sun Feb 1 08:02:14 2004
Posted by Tenzin
Grade level: undergrad
City: chevy chase State/Province: Washington DC
Area of science: Botany
I have heard that watermelons are white on the inside before they are cut. The
change of color from white to red is a result of air (oxygen) entering the
melon. Is that true? Does this mechanism function like blood which is red due
Re: Are Watermelons white on the inside before they are cut?
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