Plant Germination?

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Germination starts when a seed is provided with water and warmth. During the process of germination, seeds absorb water to mobilize their food reserves using enzymes. They then speed up the rate of respiration, using the energy produced to sprout roots.
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Plants germinate when a plant comes up from a seed or spore and then starts to grow. It then requires sunlight to grow. Examples of plants that germinate are beans, papaya and sunflowers. You can find more info at: plantphys.info
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