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Actual germination of a seed occurs when the moisture content is at least 9%. True False
False. Every seed has its own critical germination temperature.
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User: Like animals, plants must maintain an internal balance, or _____. sugar chemical transmitters homeostasis tropisms

User: Plants don't necessarily need _____ to conduct photosynthesis.

User: Actual germination of a seed occurs when the moisture content is at least 9%. True False

Weegy: False. Every seed has its own critical germination temperature.
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User: Meristem cells _____ into xylem, phloem, and other specialized tissues. photosynthesize elongate differentiate germinate

Weegy: elongate
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User: If plants were utilized to their fullest potential, they could resolve world hunger. True False

Weegy: True.
scalter|Points 941|

User: The huge redwood trees in Oregon continue to grow tall by conducting secondaryprimary growth.

Weegy: The huge redwood trees in Oregon continue to grow tall by conducting primary growth.
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