How is the poppy seed dispersed?
ok so poppy is dispersed by wind :)))))
(1) seed develops inside fruit → seed is dispersed → seed germinates → plant grows (2) seed is dispersed → seed develops inside fruit → seed germinates → plant grows (3) seed germinates → plant grows → seed is dispersed → seed develops inside fruit (4) seed is dispersed → plant grows → seed germinates → seed develops inside fruit The answer is number 1.
When the poppy flower has bloomed and the petals fall off, there is a large bulb that develops where the flower was. When the bulb is ripe, it develops small holes. The seeds are in the bulb and when it sways back and forth in the wind the seeds are shaken out of these small holes like a salt shaker.
Separating a mixture of honey and poppy seed would be difficult, due to the viscosity of the honey. Much of the honey could be strained off, but in order to remove most of it, washing in a solvent, possibly water, would be required. This would render the remaining honey unusable, and damage the poppy seed.