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I am pretty sure that it is a moldy core rot which would be caused by a fungus that infects the apple during the flowering stage. The fungi is also referred to as "apple fuzz". From SF Gate fungus sometimes does enter apples at the blossom end and damage the core, especially if weather is wet, a condition called "moldy core," From ...


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Plants use both water and air as food using photosynthesis where water is split and recombined with carbon dioxide from air to make glucose. Overall, the chemical reaction of photosynthesis is as follows: Light energy + plant enzymes 6CO2 + 12H2O ------------------------------------------------> C6H12O6 + 6O2 + 6H2O ...which means that it takes six ...


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You don't get energy from breaking chemical bonds, you only get energy from making chemical bonds, while breaking chemical bonds requires the input of energy. However, in practice chemical bonds are always broken as others are formed, and the net number of bonds is generally constant. Otherwise you would end up with free radicals, which are highly reactive ...



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