A seed can remain dormant for a long period of time under dry conditions. If there is too much moisture, it will germinate.
It is called in favorable conditions Germination and is unfavorable Dormant
Compare with a virus: dormant to active, potential to kinetic, potent(ial) to actual. The proto-oncogene may become a cancer-causing oncogene only under very specific conditions and may, under other conditions, just as well lay dormant.
It is a dormant living thing. Under the right conditions, it becomes an active living thing.
A savings account that has had no deposits or withdrawals (account owner initiated transactions) for an extended period - usually a year. After an extended period of time dormant accounts are seized by the states they are in under "unclaimed property" laws. They "hold" them for you.
A tuber stores plenty of food material along with propagules in the form of buds and remains dormant under unfavorable conditions.
Seed dormancy is a condition of plant seeds that prevents germination when the seeds are under optimal environmental conditions for germination. Living, non dormant seeds germinate when soil temperatures and moisture conditions are suited for cellular processes and division; dormant seeds do not.
because it is moisture down there...........................
The volcano under Lake Taupo is dormant.
Helium is under group 18 and period 1. This makes helium a noble gas with the most electrons it can possibly have under stable conditions.
They can be. Where a volcano forms does not determine its state of activity. Volcanoes produced under any geologic conditions known to produce volcanism can be active, dormant, or extinct.
To what, under which conditions?
it is nonliving Seed is living as it has got capacity to grow to a plant under favourable conditions. Life is dormant in seeds. Seeds become dead under unfavourable storage conditions. What is life? In simple terms life is the ability to multiply. Seeds may need energy to keep living as we say seeds are living under favourable conditions. The energy needs may be minimal.
"Under field conditions" is more idiomatic.
They lie dormant as bulbs under the soil.
no they ussually live under rocks and stuff
Any thing like this is just life that is dormant for awhile. It will sprout under the proper conditions. A bear that hibernates through the winter is also an example. These are both biotic.
dormant volcano is just under of inactive volcano.an inactive volcano that has erupted but it didn't erupt for a long time is a dormant volcano, meaning, it's just sleeping.
Moss is a plant, Reproduces by means of spores, Gets its nourishment from the air, photosynthesis, and water, Has no root system, Has no vascular tissue, Can go dormant Under stressful conditions.
Yes, under the same physical conditions influencing volume that is true (e.g. temperature and pressure).
The length of time is totally dependent to the conditions of heat and pressure under which the rock is exposed. Until certain conditions are met, the rock will remain a solid.
Seed dormancy can be defined as a period for the mature seed not allowing germination in the seed germinator (or under conditions of germination)
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That's like asking 'are sleeping people awake?'. Dormant volcanoes, by definition, are not active, though they can become active under certain circumstances.
We don't know. We can only catalog the volcanoes we know about. There are probably more dormant volcanoes, especially under the ocean, that we haven't found yet.
A slug will avoid hot and dry conditions, and remain in cooler, darker, damper ones. This not only prevents their vital mucous layer from drying out, but also help to avoid predators. Generally, these conditions can be found under rocks, making it beneficial habitat for them.