Seed dispersal is the movement or transport of seeds away from the parent plant.
Plants have ... There are five main modes of seed dispersal: gravity, wind,
ballistic, water, and by animals. Some pl...
Flowering plants reproduce themselves by producing seeds. The seeds also
provide the plants with a way to spread out and grow in new places, sometimes a
Feb 2, 2014 ... Plants disperse their seeds over a wide area to increase their ... The most
common methods of seed dispersal are wind, water, animals, ...
Pollination is also accomplished by the wind (or water), and it may also involve ...
Wind-dispersed seeds & fruits in different plant families: .... The wing typically has
a slight pitch (like a propeller or fan blade), causing the seed to spin as it falls.
Plants which grow beside water often rely on water to transport their seeds for
them. ... have very small, light seeds, which can be carried by the wind or by
How seeds are dispersed or distributed - by splitting, by wind, by water, by
animals and by humans.
Typically the wind-dispersed seeds are developed quickly and dispersed in the
same .... Water dispersal is quite effective in estuarian populations of plants.
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Seeds typically remain dormant through the winter and germinate in the ... There
are three main types of seed dispersal: animal, wind, and water. Seeds can be ...
Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) seeds are wind-dispersed, typically travelling up to
100 ... While water is not used as commonly as wind to spread seeds, it plays an
Dispersal of plant seeds via wind and ditches (water) may contribute to
connecting remnant wetland plant populations in modern agricultural landscapes
, and ...