Why are seeds an evolutionary advantage for seed plants? Seeds allow for the transport of water and nutrients. Seeds develop into adults without sexual reproduction. Seeds protect and nourish young, growing plants. Seeds provide the materials for photosynthesis.
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Seeds develop into adult
without sexual reproduction
Seeds protect and nourish young, growing plants.
Seeds allow for young plants to be protected in the hard case of the seed.
Seeds also contain a food supply that allows for the young plants to be nourished.
So, seeds are an evolutionary advantage for plants because they protect and nourish growing plants.
Storage tissue to sustain growth and a protective coat give seeds their superior evolutionary advantage.
The right answer is option (b) seed develops into adult without any sexual reproduction.
Seed is a ripened ovule or grain of a plant that has an ability to grow into a new plant normally. It contains a fertilized embryo that upon sowing grows into a new plant.
Seed formation in plants completes the process of reproduction in plants.
SEEDS ALLOW THE TRANSPORT OF WATER AND NUTRIENTS.
several layers of hardened tissue prevent desiccation, freeing reproduction from the need for a constant supply of water. Seeds contain an embryo that allows them to remain dormant until such time that their environmental conditions improve before they can grow and develop into plants.