Advantages of putting fruits together

India
January 7, 2007 4:36am CST
(1) It adds beauty to one's dinning table. (2) Visiting guests have a high image about the host. (3) One can enjoy the taste of most favourite fruits any time. (4)Depleting stock will remind you for the supply. (5)One can meet a little hunger any time. (6)Fruits will always be fresh as it will be in front of you always for removal of damage fruits. (7)It seems pleasant to eye. Hope if any more advantage is there, pl forward without hesitation.
3 responses
• United States
1 Feb 07
What a lovely post. Thank you for sharing your views, and I agree with you.
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• India
2 Feb 07
Hi, You have motivated me a lot. Thank you very much. Hope you are a good reader of the post.
@joshua_77 (612)
• India
7 Jan 07
fruits are should be placed in fridege (refrigerator)if we put in open place means some virus and bacteria will cause some bad to our health.so my advice is we should keep fruits in proper place than dinning table
• India
7 Jan 07
Hey, Good idea.I appreciate your practical approach.Should we go for artificial fruits lying on dinning table which will imaginarily increase our temtation.....
@BlaKy2 (1475)
• Romania
2 Feb 07
A compound fruit is one that develops from several ovaries in either a single flower or multiple flowers. Conversely, a simple fruit develops from one ovary. * Compound fruits may be aggregate fruits, in which one flower contains several ovaries which each develop into a small fruit. These small fruits are joined tightly together to make a larger fruit. An example of this is a raspberry. Each fleshy lobe in a raspberry is actually an individual fruit, but they are joined at their bases. * Compound fruits may also be multiple fruits, in which several flowers, each with an ovary, develop into small fruits which are clustered or fused together into a larger fruit. An example of this is a pineapple. Each section of a pineapple was an individual fruit from an individual flower, but they have fused to form the pineapple. Grapes grow in clusters, but they are not compound fruits. Each grape grew from one ovary in one flower, and each grape remains an independent fruit.