. Seeds are dispersed to far-off places by wind, water, birds, animals, etc. The reason for this is to


(a) prevent overcrowding

(b) avoid competition for sunlight

(c) invade new habitats

(d) All of the above

Best Answer

(d)

If all the seeds fall at the same place and grow into new plants there will be overcrowding. Then plants will not be able to grow as they won’t get proper sunlight, water, minerals and space. So, to prevent overcrowding, competition for sunlight and nutrition seed dispersal is very necessary. Dispersal benefits seed to grow into healthy plants and also to inhabit new habitats.

 

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