genetical relationship of apple and peach

Tom McCloud mccloud-tom at worldnet.att.net
Wed Feb 26 18:09:46 EST 2003


Cyanogenic glycosides are present in the seeds of both peach and
apple.  You eat too many seeds,  they hit the stomach acid and
decompose, you die of cyanide poisoning.    Tom McCloud

On 26 Feb 2003 07:40:56 -0800, hongbao at msu.edu (marlbao) wrote:

>You are right.
>
>moontanman at aol.comnospam (Moontanman) wrote in message news:<20030222191137.23275.00000575 at mb-da.aol.com>...
>> I'm not sure how close they are related but I know there are many diferences
>> between them not the least of which is the poisionous nature of the seeds and
>> the wood of the peach tree which isn't true for the apple tree.
>> 
>> Moon 
>> remove nospam from e-mail to send to me, I grow trees in aquariums like bonsai.
>> I breed dwarf crayfish, great for planted community tanks.  If you can get me a
>> shovelnose sturgeon fingerling (Scaphirhynchus platorynchus) no wild caught
>> please, contact me




More information about the Plantbio mailing list