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TOPIC: Dispersal of Seeds
Mayuri asked: I want to know about the dispersal of seeds in the lotus plant/flower? Kindly mail me the reply in 5 sentences at the earliest
- J:- [ 10/24/2006 ] What element is always found in nature combined with other elements? Is it copper, gold, magnesium or silver. Thanks.
- Jay Potnis:- [ 11/6/2006 ] I am studying in IV Std. I am required to prepare a project on Dispersal of seeds. The project should consist of both write-up as well as pictures. Requesting your help on aforesaid mail.
- abhilasha:- [ 2/16/2007 ] The lotus flower is light and hollow and has seeds. It thus floats on water.
- Nima:- [ 10/20/2012 ] wind power is also effectively used in hot climates where a lot of wind is available so either ones are a good solution.Solar heating through the use of flat panels is currently the most cost effective way of using solar power as sustainable and renewable energy source. Though in colder climates it needs to be combined with a conventional heating system for the winter months when little sunlight is available. But despite that it still pays for itself within a few years in energy savings in northern countries.
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