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no they are the same type of plant
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Not necessarily - for example an avocado seed is much bigger than an acorn seed but the avocado tree is a whole lot smaller than an Oak tree. Great oaks from little acor…ns grow.
THEY ARE DIFFERRENT SIZES !
Crowded seeds grow faster because they have more competition for water and nutrients so they have to hurry to grow into a plant. Uncrowded seeds grow slower becasue they… have no competition so they can take as long as they want, the water will still be there.
Yes, larger seeds do grow larger and faster compared to smaller seeds.
i dont think so
i think they do not because it doesn't depend on the size it depend on the type
We just did a science investigation in my grade 2/3 class and wanted to know the answer to this question. What we found out was that larger pumpkins do not always have more se…eds than smaller pumpkins. Some of our smaller pumpkins packed in more seeds than the larger ones. We concluded that size does not matter for searching for the greatest number of seeds in a pumpkin.
Between 4-6-8, Depending on the size of the apple.
All seeds want to reach sunlight, and usually they find sunlight by growing out of the soil. a seed left in the dark will simply think it's still underground and will continue… growing upwards in order to get into the light.
no. radishes grow quicker
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Most of the time it depends, some seeds germinate in only a day but some seeds will take more than a week
As a general rule, light-sensitive germination is more pronounced in small seeds compared with large seeds. This is because smaller seeds have smaller food reserves in compari…son to larger seeds. As the seedling is growing underground, it has no access to sunlight, so instead of using photosynthesis to produce food, the germinating seedling must use the food reserves in its seed to supply itself with enough energy to continue growing. Because the food reserve is very limited due to the small storage available in the small seed, the seedling must grow quickly and sprout out of the ground as fast as possible to gain access to the sun before it runs out of food. Meanwhile, larger seeds have much more food stored in their seeds, meaning they can take their time when growing. This is why small seeds germinate faster than larger seeds.
watrer it and keep it in sunshine