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Table with specific weight and volume units of Passion-fruit, (granadilla), purple, raw natural amounts with conversions into their respective grams (g) and ounces (oz) NET WT. equivalent measures.
|Measure & Unit name||= g||= oz|
|g, gram||1.00 g||0.035 oz|
|dag, dekagram (10g)||10.00 g||0.35 oz|
|portion 100 g, grams||100.00 g||3.53 oz|
|kg, kilogram (1,000g)||1,000.00 g||35.27 oz|
|oz, ounce (28.35g)||28.35 g||1.00 oz|
|lb, pound (16oz)||453.59 g||16.00 oz|
|cup||236.00 g||8.32 oz|
|fruit without refuse||18.00 g||0.63 oz|
The conversion results for Passion-fruit, (granadilla), purple, raw natural amounts found in the table below reflect the Unit From measure chosen in the units converter above.
|Measure & Unit name||=|
|1 g, gram|
|1 dag, dekagram (10g)|
|1 portion 100 g, grams|
|1 kg, kilogram (1,000g)|
|1 oz, ounce (28.35g)|
|1 lb, pound (16oz)|
|1 fruit without refuse|
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One of the characteristics of Passion fruit is its distinctive and plentiful seeds. Jam produces from Passion fruit seems to sell better or be more popular after the seeds are removed where only yellow juicy and sweet flash-interior is used. The yellow color of Passion fruit is due to content of provitamin A carotenes and xanthophylls.
Passion fruit varieties (Passiflora edulis), vine plant, is widely grown and commonly cultivated commercially in many countries with subtropical and tropical climate areas for the sweet and slightly sour tasting fruits.
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