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What is reproduction from seeds?

Asked by Sangeeta 19th March 2020, 4:14 PM
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  • Plants that reproduce by seeds have special structures on them where male and female cells join together through a process called fertilisation.
  • After fertilisation, a tiny plant called an embryo is formed inside a seed.
  • The seed protects the embryo and stores food for it. The process by which a seed grows into a new plant is called germination.
  • When the seed gets air, water, warmth, space and nutrients from the soil the process of germination starts.
  • During the early stages the seeds will get food from the cotyledons.
  • The seed coat will break and a new plant will emerge out of the seed.
  • When the plant will develop a root system it will absorb water and nutrients from the soil.
  • The shoot system of the plant will develop and now the leaves will start preparing food for the plant therefore the cotyledons will shrink and disappear.
Answered by Expert 19th March 2020, 7:39 PM
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