Asked in BiologyBotany or Plant BiologyEcosystems
Botany or Plant Biology
Is a seed living?
August 30, 2007 1:54AM
It can be either. A viable seed is a living organism and contains the embryonic plant. A non-viable seed is dead and this can occur through bad storage conditions or age.
Asked in Biology, Ecosystems
Did seed is it a living thing or non- living thing?
Asked in Animal Behavior
What are some adaptations animals have for living on land?
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
How is a seed a living thing?
A seed is an organism, because a seed can respond to energy, like water and sunlight, by growing, is made of plant cells, and reproduces more seeds in its fruits, like apples and watermelons, when the seed reaches the end of its life cycle. The five underlined words are what all living things do and need.
Asked in Mycology or Fungi
Are spores living things?
Spores are PART OF living thing. Spores are just like seeds. If you put a seed in a plastic bag and did not give it air , food and water , the seed will not die. But , if you plant it , it will grow. We cannot say that it is a non living thing or a living thing so we have to state it as part of living things.