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What are the parts of a seed and their functions?

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Seed coat, micropyle, endosperm and embryo are major parts of a seed. The seed coat protects, micropyle allows water to move in, endosperm nourishes the embryo and on germination a new plant emerges from the embryo.
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1. Examine the outside of the seed. This is the testa, or seed coat. It is often hard and encases the other parts of the seed to protect them from the outside elements. 2. Split the
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Parts of a seed required to produce a new plant are:embryo, endosperm and seed coat. The embryo is the little plant in embryonic state.
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