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It is often seen that all seeds do not end up germinating. What could be the reason?


  1. Temperature, water, oxygen, etc.

  2. Thick seed coat

  3. Thin seed coat

  4. None of the choices


Solution

The correct option is A

Temperature, water, oxygen, etc.


For a seed to germinate some specific conditions needs to be matched like temperature, water, oxygen, etc.

Anything which doesn't match the conditions mentioned here might cause the seed to remain dormant.

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