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What is Seed Dispersal? Why Seed Dispersal?The moving of a plant’s seed away from the parent. Why Seed Dispersal? To reduce competition
1. Wind Dispersal Seeds are very lightShaped so they are easily carried by the wind
2. Explosive Fruits suddenly burst open releasing the seedsExample: Peas
3. Water Fruits are waterproof Fruits can float Ex: Coconuts
4. Hitchhiker Seeds have hooks on them and become attached to passing animals
5. Animal Food Seeds are enclosed in a tasty fruitAnimals eat the fruit Seed passes through unharmed Ex: Blueberries
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v c n m Mr. Harper’s science mini lesson with audio read along Seed Dispersal How plants move seeds to new places Click on the speaker icons to hear the.
Seeds travel many ways Wind Animals Water Gliders Gliders include seeds with 2 lateral wings that resemble the wings of an airplane. They become airborne.
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Seed Dispersal The fruit often helps to disperse (spread) the seeds
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