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What are the five ways that seeds can be spread from the parent plant? SEED DISPERSAL
Seed Dispersal Wind Water Eaten Fur Mechanically Propelled
Beggar-tick Sticks to the animals fur
Cherry Eaten by animals
Touch-me-not Mechanically Propelled
Blackberry Eaten by animals
Cocklebur Stick to animals fur
Poppy Mechanically Propelled
Squirting cucumber Mechanically Propelled
Linden Blown by the wind
Water Lilly Water
Pine Tree Carried by wind
Milkweed Carried by the wind
Yew Eaten by animals
Garbanzo Bean Mechanically propelled
Puncture vine Sticks to the animals fur
Tumbleweed Mechanically propelled
Eaten by animals What other kinds of seeds are eaten by animals?
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1)A __________ forms down the length of the style after pollination 2)Describe Fertilisation 3)After fertilisation, what becomes, a)The fruit b)The seed?
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Petal- Petals are used to attract insects into the flower, they may have guidelines on them and be scented. Stigma- Is covered in a sticky substance.
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