When a seed starts to grow?
When a seed begins to grow/sprout it is known as germination.
When a plant starts to grow from a seed we say the seed germinates.
It means when a seed begins/starts to grow.
Germination is when the seed actually breaks its dormancy and starts to grow. So, no, all seeds have to germinate before they can grow.
The seed slowly starts to grow.. i hope that's it.
the seed starts a sprout
To germinate To germinate
When seeds begin to grow, it is said that they are germinating. They are called seedlings.
The process is called Germination :P
The seed are beginning to sprout or germinate.
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
Germination is the point at which the plant starts to grow from the seed.
A flower seed is alive. It contains an embryo plant which uses the endosperm in the seed for nourishment until it is planted and starts to grow.
A flower is formed when a seed from another flower falls, and then starts to grow.
the seed splits open and the plant starts to grow.
Farming starts out by a seed getting planted. The seed is then given time to grow with water and fertilizer. The seed grows into a crop. The crop is then harvested and sold to stores.
First, a seed gets planted. Then the roots push out of the seed and into the ground. After a while the stem pushes out of the growing seed. The roots carry water and food up to the plant to help it grow. Then the plant starts sprouting leaves.
Yes. All growth starts from a seed, unless the plant is propagated by cuttings or other methods.
it starts growing the moment you plant the seed
it cracks out of the seed and starts to grow a stalk then leaves then the flower then it dies :)
A seed is inside a hard shell. So Until It is planted it is stored in that. Once planted and roots start to grow the seed starts to break out of the shell!
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.
Photosynthsis is the process in which plants eat. Step One: seed Step Two: starts to grow Step Three: grows flower, fruit, etc. Step Four: cycle starts over.
The radicle Because the seed is needs to take in water and nutrients from the ground and anchor itself in place.
It starts as a seed then it starts to grow into a carnivorous plant, eating flies, bees, spiders, frogs, butterflies and lots of other insects.
How do trees grow from seed it from my school project How do trees grow from seed it from my school project How do trees grow from seed it from my school project
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
All of the plant's cells would be identical
no. a seed has already gone through sexual reproduction because a seed is created by a pollen sperm fuzing with the egg of a plant. Once the abscisic acid surrounding the seed is washed off the seed starts to use the food from the endoderm to grow.
at first, when u plant the seed, the embryo (baby plant) is still inactive. once you plant it, the embryo starts feeding off the cotyledons (food storage in the seed), and gets bigger. Soon there is nothing for the embryo to feed off of, so it starts pushing out of the seed and into the dirt. once it sprouts, the seed coat falls off. then the plant starts performing photosynthesis (turning the sun's energy into… Read More
No, the monggo seed does not grow in sand. This seed is commonly known as the mung seed and needs rich soil to grow.
First, you need some soft soil. Then you need to plant a watermelon seed in the soil. Water the seed for a few weeks until it starts to grow. Continue watering daily.
First, a seed gets planted. Then the roots push out of the seed and into the ground. After a while the stem pushes out of the growing seed. The roots carry water and food up to the plant to help it grow. Then the plant starts sprouting leaves. Then it uses the sunlight, carbon dioxide and water to make itself the food (sugar).
fertilisation is when the pollen grain joins the ovum germinationis when a seed starts to grow in to a new plant
In germination the first step is the seed absorbs in all the water and starts to grow roots,leaves,the stem and flowers.
After a seed is dispersed, it may remain inactive for a while before it germinates. Germination starts when the seed absorbs water from the environment . The embryo then uses its stored food to grow, first the embryo's roots start to grow downward. After that, the stem starts to grow upward and leaves begin to form. Once you can see the plant's leaves, it is a seedling. The environmental factors must also be just right… Read More
All species originally grow from seed. Hybrids or cultivars will not grow true from seed so must be vegatatively propogated.
a seed starting to grow
The seed will grow, but in contrast there shall be a foul odour =]
What kind of bean does not grow without a seed
One carrot will grow from one seed.
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.
The life process of a plant is.... First it is either grown by a seed or a spore. Then after it gets water and sunlight it starts to grow. Then photosynthesis accursed. After that depending if it is a seed plant or a spore plant it will began to reproduce
The seed has to be fertilized by a "male" plant then, if there are enough nutrients in the soil it's in, it starts germinating and creating leaves so it can absorb sunlight, poke out of the soil, and make it's own sugars to grow.
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.
no because sand does not have nutrients to grow any seed
It is for the baby plant present in the seed. When the baby plant starts to grow, it uses this food until it can make its own food
The first leaves that grow out of a seed are called the seed leaves(very origanal)
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.
first it swells with water. this starts the germination process meaning enziems are producesed and the stored food is broken down to usable energy and the root starts to grow via cell multipication.