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watermelon under microscope

watermelon under microscope

As the the name suggests, Watermelon is mostly water. Basically water trapped in between the watermelon’s net like structure. But the remaining of watermelon contains enough nutrients and antioxidants that puts watermelon in the highest antioxidant chart. Watermelon contains high amounts of vitamin C and vitamin A. Watermelon benefits in brief: Anti-Cancer, Hydration, Anti-Inflammatory, Digestive system regulator and it has anti-aging benefits. Watermelon is widely used in skin and hair product. Beside the appealing and cool scent, watermelon is a good source of vitamin A which is an essential vitamin to our skin and hair growth and maintenance. Here’s a seed of watermelon under the microscope.

Closer look at the watermelon cells formed around the seed!

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