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Seed dispersal - Wikipedia

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Seed dispersal is the movement or transport of seeds away from the parent plant. Plants have very limited mobility and consequently rely upon a variety of ...

Seed Dispersal

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Before they can grow into new plants, seeds need to leave the seed pod. If all the seeds a plant produced landed just underneath the parent plant, they would be ...

Biology of Plants: Seed Dispersal - MBGnet

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What does the word "dispersal" mean? Dispersal means scattering or distribution of something. What is a fruit? Fruit is the part of the plant that protects seeds as ...

Seed dispersal | Sciencelearn Hub

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Feb 2, 2014 ... Plants make seeds that can grow into new plants, but if the seeds just fall to the ground under the parent plant, they might not get enough sun, ...

Seed dispersal - BBC

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Bitesize has changed! We're updating subjects as fast as we can. Visit ... Seed dispersal. Seeds are ... The commonest methods of seed dispersal are: wind e.g.  ...

Seed Dispersal

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Seeds, and other plant propagules, can be dispersed by wind, water, animals, and humans. Woman walking in the wind Wind dispersal. Bull thistle, Canada ...

Seed dispersal

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Wind (Anemochory). Below is a selection of seeds and fruits modified for wind dispersal that have .... mode of dispersal are amazing in their ability to survive ...

Biological dispersal - Wikipedia

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Biological dispersal refers to both the movement of individuals from their birth site to their .... as well as migration patterns and species interactions. There are five main modes of seed dispersa...

Wind Dispersal Of Seeds - Wayne's Word

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Wind-dispersed seeds & fruits in different plant families: .... Although their mode of dispersal is similar to single-winged helicopter seeds, the flutterer/spinners ...