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Which produces faster... a spore or a seed?


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2016-02-06 04:56:59
2016-02-06 04:56:59
  1. It is a proven fact that plant seeds produce faster than plant spores.
2. Spores are smaller than seeds so therefore they take a longer time to grow and develop


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