. The small hooks on the surface of a bur enable attachment to animal fur for
dispersion. Animals can disperse plant seeds in ...
Animals of all sorts and sizes help plants to disperse their seeds. ... As well as
eating them, some animals collect the fruits or seeds and bury them to eat later, ...
The animal eats the fruit but only the juicy part is digested. ... Birds also like to eat
fruit and they help to disperse seeds to other areas through their droppings.
Dispersal means scattering or distribution of something. ... plants don't rely on
people. Plants rely on animals and wind and water to help scatter their seeds.
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
The seeds of some plants are dispersed by animals. Plants such as burdock
have hooks to which the seed is attached. ... Seed Dispersal Home Page.
Plants that depend on animals for dispersal have seeds that are adapted to
traveling on the outside or the inside of the animal. Seeds with burrs or hooks can
Fleshy fruits. The seeds of many plants are dispersed after passing through the
digestive system of animals that have eaten the fleshy fruits.
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Apr 11, 2014 ... Dispersal off seeds is essential for reproduction of plants. This dispersal can
occur through wind, water, animals and explosion of fruits.
Seeds lack the fundamental structures and innovations animals use to move ...
Another strategy for seed dispersal is to use animals to carry seeds to suitable.