Germination Of A Bean

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By Lily C. Gerhardt
LCG1603@rit.edu

 

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Germination is the process in which a seed, spore, or fungi sprouts, or begins growth. Seed germination can occur after a period of dormancy and is affected by available light, water, air, and many other variables. Germination occurs differently in various plants. For example, plants such as the mangrove, which includes bushes and trees in the Rhizophoraceae, Acanthaceae, Lythraceae, Combretaceae, and Arecaceae families, have premature germination periods.

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