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2016-05-04T22:24:59+05:30
Dispersal of seeds is important because if the seeds are not dispersed, many germinating seedlings will grow very close to the parent plant which will result in competition between every one of the seedlings as well as with the parent plant. The competition is for light, space, water , shelter and nutrients.
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2016-05-05T09:10:50+05:30
This is important because if the seeds are not dispersed, many germinating seedlings will grow very close to the parent plant. This results in competition between every one of the seedlings as well as with the parent plant. The competition is for light, space, water and nutrients.
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The seeds provide the plants with a way to spread out and grow in new places, sometimes a long way from the parent. This is important because if the seeds are not dispersed, many germinating seedlings will grow very close to the parent plant. This results in competition between every one of the seedlings as well as with the parent plant. The competition is for light, space, water and nutrients. All of these are important for plants to be able to grow.
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