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How does the structure of the dandelion fruit an seed help a dandelion spread its seeds?
How does the structure of the dandelion fruit and seed helps a dandelion spread its seeds? The Light weight structure of the fruit causes wind to move it easily, there fore helping its seed spread. ...
How will a structure of a dandelion fruit and seeds help it spread its seeds?
The structure of the seed allows it to float on the wind and therefore spread them far and wide. ...
Explain how the structure of the dandelion fruit and seedhelps a dandelion spread its seeds?
the wind spreads it because the wind blows the white stuff off and the seeds are in there and it spreads the seeds so does the fruit ...
Explain how the structure of the dandelion fruit and seed helps a dandelion spread its seeds?
It uses the warmth water and light to grow The structure of the flower when it sets seed allows the lightness of the seed and its sail to be dispersed in the wind. ...
How does the structure of a dandelion fruit and seed help a dandelion spread it's seeds?
The seed is very small and light, and it is attached to a cotton like fruit that can be caught by the wind and carried a long distance from the parent plant. By this method, a dandelion can spread its offspring very rapidly to far and wide places. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Science, Animal Life
How are different seeds suited to their type of dispersion?
Well like dandelion seeds are light and are able to catch the wind allowing for them to be spread with the wind, and seeds found in fruit can be spread by animals eating the fruit. Those are just several examples. ...
How does a dandelion spread their seeds?
A Dandelion uses Wind to spread the seeds. When the dandelion turns white and fluffy, wind can pick up the seeds, since they are attached to the fluff. Next time you see a fluffy white dandelion, pull off some of the fluff and take a look. You will see tiny seeds attached at the bottom! ...
Asked in Gardening, Fruits and Vegetables
Why plants give us fruit?
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. ...
Asked in Fruits and Vegetables
Seeds are sometimes found inside a fruit how can a fruit spread its seeds?
Seeds ALWAYS start inside the fruit and are spread by wind, droppage, and animals carrying away the fruits (mostly birds and small mammals). ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
How seeds dispensed?
Seeds for plants are dispensed in a variety of ways. Fruit-bearing plants dispense their seeds into fruit so animals will spread the seeds far. Some seeds, especially in tall grasses, will attach to fur and clothing to be carried away and replanted, some are carried away in pine cones, others have 'wings' or someway to float away by the wind, an example would be the dandelion. ...