How are seeds spread by water?
Mostly by flowing water. They either float or get washed around.
they spread what the water goes somewhere else
Human intervention, water flow, wildlife dispersal and wind currents are ways that seeds of weeds spread.
Bellyache bushes spread by explosive releases of seeds. The seeds can be carried off by water or animals for instance.
* wind * insects * water * birds
Seeds are spread in various ways. They can be spread by the wind, an explosion, water, and animals. wind: plants such as dandelions have seeds and when the seeds start to get loose the wind blows them off the plant and away to another spot. explosion: some plants explode and when they do seeds pop out traveling a distance of at least 1 meter. water: when seeds are spread by water first they need the… Read More
By animals, by wind/water/fire, and by gravity.
Through air, water, birds and mammals
they can spread their seeds by growing a flower
Himilayan balsam plant seeds are dispersed by wind, the plant shoots its seeds out into the air, some seeds are further spread or carried by water.
1. by wind 2.by animal 3.by water
Just rough up the soil then spread your grass seed and water.
Plants need to spread their seeds so they can reproduce,and not die out.
they eat the fruit with the seeds and when the deficate they spread the seeds
Different plants undergo different sorts of seed dispersal. The two forms of seed dispersal are known as autochory, or the use of simple gravity to spread the seeds, and allochory, the use of things like water, wind, or animals to spread the seeds farther.
Presoaking grass seeds for 24 hours can speed germination. One drawback is that wet seeds are not easy to spread.
Dandelion seeds are wind dispersed
Winged and hairy seeds
plants need weather to supply them with water and also to spread there seeds. Moss cant even reproduce without water
fruits have the seeds inside them and when the seeds spread the seeds grow in to plants.
To spread the seeds far and wide.
The seeds have more of a chance of surviving if they spread/disperse.
There are many ways to spread seeds but once they are in the ground either the wind carries them, birds take them and drop them somewhere else or once they have roots the roots spread
The rose seeds spread by animals and the wind
Birds spread them. (By pooing)
The structure of the seed allows it to float on the wind and therefore spread them far and wide.
When humans and animals eat pumpkins, they spread the seeds.
They can live in freshwater or other types of water and can also survive in up to two feet of water. They have two ways to spread seeds, too.
Seeds can be spread a long distance away from the parent plant by the wind, water, or even animals. A plant that reproduced by rhizomes or the like, would only be able to spread a very short distance from the parent plant, and therefore have limited dispersion and be more or less stuck where it is.
Its seeds are spread/dispersed by animals. They have hook like structure..
Dandelion seeds are dispersed by the wind
so they have a better life
To convince animals to spread seeds. Animals eat the fruits and spread the seeds, burying them with fertilizer.
Spreading of seeds on the ground is known as sowing. And spreading of seeds by wind is known dispersal.
Seeds ALWAYS start inside the fruit and are spread by wind, droppage, and animals carrying away the fruits (mostly birds and small mammals).
Plants create fruit to spread their seeds. The bright colors and sweet tastes of fruit attract animals who spread the seeds contained in the fruit either by dropping/spitting out seeds or passing undigested seeds later in stool.
It is by claws which attach to passersby that beggar's tick seeds spread. The bee- and butterfly-friendly wildflower produces many seeds which may spread one of two moving forces, of which one is the above-mentioned animal or human intervention. Weather spreads the seeds, which cooperate with the slightest of breezes and strongest of winds.
Seeds may be spread by:- Wind (eg dandelion sugar steelers) Animals (eg burs that stick to your clothing or seeds that pass through the gut) Water (eg coconuts) Mechanics (eg the squirting cucumber) When birds eat seeds they leave theim in their droppings. This benefits the seed which has a good source of fertiliser to start it's growth with. This is the reason why most seed bearing plants have edible fruit.is it true
The dispersal of gymnosperms seeds generally takes place through wind
Not all plants need to make seeds. Ferns and mosses for example do not have to produce seeds to spread.
Birds help spread seeds because the seeds get caught in their feathers and drop as they fly, or mainly, by the bird eating the seed and then pooping it out as they fly and move around, thus moving the seed.
to spread a plant's species
from the wind
it tumbles to spread seeds
no fungi spread spurs!
The parent plants want the seeds to go away from the parent plants so that their genes don't compete. That is why they will blow around or catch on a animals coat.
they spread seeds when they move
Seeds need to spread out B/C there are so many roots controlling the plant and they need room to grow. hope this was helpful bu-bye