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Seed dispersal

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Harvey Buckle

on 1 August 2018

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Transcript of Seed dispersal


1. Wind

Seeds have lightweight parts, wings or parachutes

E.g Dandelion, sycamore

2. Animals (inside)

Brightly coloured and tasty fruits contain seeds with indigestible coats, so that the seeds pass through the animal’s digestive system undamaged

E.g.. Tomato, plum, raspberry, grape

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Aim
To know the different ways how pollination occurs
To know how plants spread their seeds after they have been fertilized
To design our own seed dispersal method
Starter
Amazing pollination
Now
Draw the scheme on page 204 on a full page
3. Animals (outside)

Fruits have hooks that attach them to the fur of passing animals Goose grass, burdock
Self-propelled Have a pod that bursts open when ripe, throwing the seeds away from the plant

E.g. Burdock


Gone with the wind....
Seed dispersal

Seed dispersal
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