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Propagule

propagule

A structure with the capacity to give rise to a new plant, for example a seed, a spore, or a part of the vegetative body capable of independent growth if detached from the parent.


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Re: Propagule size and number produced???

Hi! I think im doing the same online biology course as you and am also up to this question. I had a vauge idea but wasnt 100% so this has helped!

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by larissahayley
Thu Sep 17, 2009 3:02 am
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Propagule size and number produced???
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Propagule size and number produced???

... Please forgive me if this is an easy or dumb question: My question I am being asked is: Draw a sketch graph of the relationship between individual propagule size and total number of propagules produced. Mark on the graph where you would place humans and prawns: I just don’t know what I am looking ...

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by lindyloo03
Mon Sep 14, 2009 11:56 pm
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Propagule size and number produced???
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