What Is Epigeal and Hypogeal Germination?

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Epigeal and hypogeal germination refers to the stored energy inside of a seed or plant. This stored energy is used to start the growth for future plants. Hypogeal is when this storage area is below the surface where as epigeal is stored above the ground.
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this is when plant grow above the ground.
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The hypocotyl and epicotyl are just terms for defining location on the plant, in which the epicotyl is the region of the plant's stem that is directly above the cotyledon, but below
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germination (jûrm-nshn) The beginning of growth, as of a seed, spore, or bud. The germination of most seeds and spores occurs in response to warmth and water. A Closer Look
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Sometimes, the seed leaves, or cotyledons, remain below the surface of the soil, as in germination of a Pea. This is called Hypogeal Germination. In some species, the seed leaves
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