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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 plants are serotinous and only disperse their ...

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Seeds that are dispersed by wind and water typically are? Seeds that are dispersed ... Does water wind animals and gravity disperse seeds? No!? Edit. Share to: ...

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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.

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They can colonise such isolated places because they both have very small, light seeds, which can be carried by the wind or by water. Foxgloves and Harebells ...

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Feb 2, 2014 ... Plants make seeds that can grow into new plants, but if the seeds just ... The most common methods are wind, water, animals, explosion and fire.

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Some seeds have only one wing (e.g. Lime or Ash). This type of attachment is quite heavy, and this system only works well in a good wind, and from a tall tree.

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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  ...

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People plant some seeds, but most plants don't rely on people. Plants rely on animals and wind and water to help scatter their seeds.

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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.