A apple seed is much larger than a dandelion seed.
its follows the sunlight
there are really 2,000 seeds in one dandelion
The dandelion seed is disperse by the wind and it will grow into a new plant when it lands on the ground
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.
No, a dandelion is seed dispersal by the wind because when you blow them they just fly around x
A Dandelion seed is an example of a parachute type seed ; a seed that is airborne .
By the wind
because a dandelion goes to seed and then the wind blows the seed to another place and then that one goes to seed and so on and so forth.
Dandelion seeds are dispersed by the wind
Scattered by the wind
the yellow dandelion then it dies and turns into the white fluffy seed
it disperses ist seed when blown
No A dandelion bud, which is an immature flower cannot grow into another dandelion plant. Only the seed-head can do this.
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.
That is the seed head.
Each seed of the dandelion has it's own built-in parachute. So when the wind blows the parachute help to make the seed move further away from the parent plant and increases its chances of survival.
Their seeds can, on the wind like a dandelion seed.
abouit 3 weeks
The fluffy structure are the seed pods. As dandelion seed is spresd by the wind the fluffy top allows the seed to float further.
carried by wind
Around 3 weeks.
Dandelion seeds Milkweed Maple tree seeds Pine seed (although also largely by gravity) cotton seed