how could a seed germinate in absence oxygen where it is an a major condition for germination?

Asked by srujan bmj | 15th Aug, 2012, 08:11: PM

Expert Answer:

Seeds require oxygen for germination.
A number of aquatic and marshland species need anaerobic conditions i.e. conditions lacking oxygen, to initiate germination. However all other seeds germinate best when oxygen is available.

Answered by  | 16th Aug, 2012, 08:03: AM

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