Why seeds need to be dispersed?
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Seed dispersal is defined as scattering of seeds away from mother plant so as to provide necessary growth conditions.
Conditions essential for seed germination are:
1. Air 2. Warmth 3. Water or moisture 4. Space
Seeds need to be dispersed so that plants will not be overcrowded. They must get enough space for essential growth conditions such as air, water and sunlight for their growth.
Mother plant compete with their children (seeds) and as mother plant is big and get all nutrients for its growth and seeds will die.
- 26 Jun 2021 @ 08:50