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What are the polar molecules of water and ice?

What are the polar molecules of water and ice?

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Parts Of A Seed 


What are the polar molecules of water and ice?



Embryo-baby plant

 -tough impermeable barrier

Dicot: cotyledons

Monocot: endosperm

Nutrients-stored in endosperm

Water and Ice 

Polar molecules-very close together

If there’s 90-95% water in a plant cell, it expands

Non Dormant-warm climate

Dormant

External-seed coat

Internal-embryo

Germination: grain of wheat

Geotropism- Root and shoot respond differently to gravity Roots: display positive geotropism

Stems: negative geotropism

Phototropism: A growth response towards the light Auxin: Growth Hormone

-Auxin causes more mitosis


What is the meaning of geotropism?




What is the meaning of germination?



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-Auxin migrates to the shady side of the stem  : promotes increased cell division and elongation -Auxin causes growth at the tip of the stem

-Auxin suppresses axillary leaf buds

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