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On the question of "Why apples are different colors?" there are three main patterns. Green apples are green because they contain the green pigment, chlorophyll. Yellow apples start out green but the apple stops making chlorophyll as it matures. The chlorophyll it contains eventually degrades to reveal yellow carotenoid pigments that were there all along but being masked by the chlorophyll. Red apples follow the same pattern as yellow apples but start making a red pigment called anthocyanin. So basically, all apples are some shade of red, green, or yellow, or a combination thereof.

their are three colours of an apple

one :RED

two :GREEN

three :YELLOW

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