There are five main modes of seed dispersal: gravity, wind, ballistic, water and by
animals. Some plants are serotinous and only disperse their seeds in ...
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 ... ... to increase their chances of growth and survival. The most common methods of
seed dispersal are wind, water, animals, explosion and fire.
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.
Another strategy for seed dispersal is to use animals to carry seeds to suitable ...
This website includes detailed descriptions of explosive, water, wind, animal, ...
Jul 28, 2011 ... There is no animal alive that eats the avocado seed, and its too big to be
transported ... gravity, wind, the flow of water and the movement of animals. ...
Aquatic and wetland species sometimes use water to disperse their fruits.
Animals can disperse seeds by excreting or burying them; other fruits have ...
whereas others require the help of agents such as wind, water, and animals.
Plants, being stationary, require a mobile mode for seed dispersal. Modes for
seed dispersal include self-projectile mechanisms, wind, water, and animals.
Mar 31, 2009 ... Seed dispersal is the movement or transport of seeds away from the parent ... of
seed dispersal: gravity, wind, ballistic, water and by animals.
Seeds, and other plant propagules, can be dispersed by wind, water, animals,
and humans. Woman walking in the wind Wind dispersal. Bull thistle, Canada ...