When a seed begins to grow/sprout it is known as germination.
Well, there's seed development when the inflorescences of the seed head stop flowering and everything goes into seed production, and then there is germination, where a plant grows from a seed that was planted in the soil.
It means when a seed begins/starts to grow.
as the seed begins to grow the cotyledons shrivel up and drop off. by this point the stored food in the cotyledon is used up and the leaves can carry on photosynthesis
Mango seeds grow when sufficient moisture and nutrients enter the seed. This triggers a response inside the seed which begins the growing process.
Inside a seed is a partially developed plant. If a seed lands in an area where conditions are favorable, the plant sprouts out of the seed and begins to grow.
A seed germinates when it is in a favorable condition, and thus begins to grow a root and a seed leaf. As these two parts continue to grow, the leaf will eventually poke through the soil.
roots and a stem
when a seed begins to grow the young plant uses the food stored in the seed. the spores of the seedless plants dont have stored food to help a new plant grow.
The first leaves that grow out of a seed are called the seed leaves(very origanal)
No, only a lemon can grow from a lemon seed. That's why it is called a lemon seed. If an orange grew from it, it would be an orange seed.
Angiosperm seeds have eather one or two seed leaves called cotyledons. Cotyledons contain stored food that is used when a seed graminates, or begins to grow. Monocots, such as corn, have one cotledon. Dicots, suchs as bean, have two.
Well technically no. Whatever they grow from will be called a seed so...
After the seed begins to grow... Root Stem/Shoot Leaves Buds/Flowers
seeds don't help plants to grow, seeds are the baby plants. when put in good soil, given water and enough sunlight, the seed splits it seed coat (soft outer shell) and begins to grow roots. after germinating, the seed grows shoots and then leaves.
Its because soil gives nutrients to the plant, when germination begins the seed is dried so the soil gives water to the seed.
Yes it is important because that is the time the plant emerges from a seed and begins to grow.
The Seed Either Gets placed in the ground or falls on the ground from an already existing tree, the seed then begins to grow and becomes a plant, the plant then becomes bigger and then becomes a tree. It then begins to grow fruit and in the fruit are seeds, the fruit then drops and starts to rot and then the cycle starts again.
Seed falls on/in ground. Seed grows. Tree grows. Tree starts to grow seeds. Seeds fall off. Cycle starts again. The Seed Either Gets placed in the ground or falls on the ground from an already existing tree, the seed then begins to grow and becomes a plant, the plant then becomes bigger and then becomes a tree. It then begins to grow fruit and in the fruit are seeds, the fruit then drops and starts… Read More
Oak trees grow from seed (acorns) so they could be called seed plants.
Wind, bugs, birds, or water transfers pollen to the stigma of the pistil (female plant part) where it connects to a ova in the ovary in the pistil, and it begins to grow into a seed
When seeds begin to grow, it is said that they are germinating. They are called seedlings.
If you would like to start new grass, you can seed or sod your lawn. There are many different types of grass seed to choose from. Heavily seed your lawn, then water consistently until it begins to grow.
Germination is the time when a plant begins to grow. At that point, the plant is sometimes called a seedling.
It is called germination. Hope this satisfies your question!
The process is called Germination :P
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The roots come out first..... when the roots are almost fully developed the stem begins to grow and come out
Plants which grow from seed each year are called annuals.
No, the monggo seed does not grow in sand. This seed is commonly known as the mung seed and needs rich soil to grow.
when a seed begins to grow, the young plant uses the food stored in the seed. the spores of seedless plants don't have stored food to help a new plant grow. seeds can be spread by animals. the spores of a seedless plant are spread by wind. animals spread more efficiently than the wind spreads spores.
a seed plant embryo is part of a seed, consisting of precursor tissues for the leaves, stem (see hypocotyl), and root (see radicle), as well as one or more cotyledons. Once the embryo begins to germinate - grow out from the seed - it is called a seedling (plantlet). Plants that do not produce seeds, but do produce an embryo, include the bryophytes and ferns. In these plants, the embryo is a young plant that… Read More
the seed cycle begins with POLLINATION
It is called germination. The seed provides food for the first stages of growth, until the new root system can provide nutrients for the plant to grow.
Seaweed grows just like any other plant. Seeds settling to the sea floor, lake bed, etc. and if it is shallow enough for light to reach the seed germinates and begins to grow.
All species originally grow from seed. Hybrids or cultivars will not grow true from seed so must be vegatatively propogated.
What kind of bean does not grow without a seed
The seed will grow, but in contrast there shall be a foul odour =]
a seed starting to grow
One carrot will grow from one seed.
i believe that a foxglove is a bienniel, it starts from a seed, grows greens only first year, second year flowers turn into seeds and the cycle begins again
polination and then plant go into seed then it grow then it grow roots then it grow the steam then the flower grow and then the seed in the flower start to grow.
a normal plant...?
no because sand does not have nutrients to grow any seed
You can grow in both using the seed from where you go buy in store and from the seed or pollen of the plant
If you have a seed that is a tree seed, then it will grow into a tree. The corn plant is not a tree seed, but the peach seed is. The acorn is a tree seed, the pine cone is a collection of pine seeds. Now you get the point.
From the seed whence it came from. The endosperm is what contains the most nutrients for a seedling to grow from, so that it can sprout up its first leaves called the cotyledons, and sprout roots down into the soil. Once the plant is big enough to grow on its own and has used up all the energy from the seed it came from, the seed itself (or what's left of it) decomposes back into… Read More
Fascinating for both children and adults, the journey of a small seed into a plant almost seems magical. But there are very definite botanical processes at work that transform seeds into stunning flowers. Seeds Plants that begin as a seed and produce flowers are members of the angiosperm family of plants. Each seed contains not only its parent plants' DNA, but also enough of its own nutrients to germinate. Germination When a seed is planted… Read More
Very simply, once a plant has flowered and the flower has been pollinated, it develops one or more seeds which contain a miniature new plant surrounded by a store of food to help the new plant grow until it can make its own food. These seeds dry and get scattered and lie around in a dormant state until the conditions are good for the new plant to grow (this may be a warming of the… Read More
The life cycle of a sunflower is: - you plant the seed - the root starts to grow out of the seed and spread into the soil (anchors the plant to the ground) - the shoot begins to come out of the seed in the opposite direction of the roots - the shoot grows into a sprout - the sprout starts to grow leaves - a bud starts to form - the bud starts to… Read More