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Seed dispersal - Wikipedia


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 ...

Biology of Plants: Seed Dispersal - MBGnet


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


Feb 2, 2014 ... Plants disperse their seeds over a wide area to increase their chances of growth and survival. The most common methods of seed dispersal are ...

Seed Dispersal - CALS


Strategies for seed dispersal: Animal. Another strategy for seed dispersal is to use animals to carry seeds to suitable locations. There are several methods plants ...

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May 20, 2012 ... Seeds need to get away from their parent plant to thrive. Seeds can be wind dispersed, carried by animals, or germinated by fire. A Cornell ...

Seed dispersal - BBC


Seed dispersal. Seeds are dispersed away from each other and from the parent plant so that there is less competition. The commonest methods of seed ...

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Oct 1, 2009 ... Plants disperse seeds. Selection from a 60-minute program.

Fruit and Seed Dispersal - Boundless


Learn more about fruit and seed dispersal in the Boundless open textbook.

Seed Dispersal by wind, water, explosion, animals


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  ...

Seed Dispersal :: Dispersion of Seeds


How seeds are dispersed or distributed - by splitting, by wind, by water, by animals and by humans.

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Seed Dispersal


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 ...

Fruit and seed dispersal - Bioimages


Acer rubrum (red maple) - Maple fruits are winged, two-seeded samaras. They spin like helicopters as they fall from the tree, providing a longer time for dispersal ...

Seed Dispersal - Maggie's Science Connection


Flowering plants produce seeds so they can reproduce. Seeds are produced in fruits. Fruits are the part of the plant that protects the seeds. A fruit an be fleshy ...