Does seed germination affect plant growth, Biology

Does seed germination affect plant growth?

Germination does affect plant growth

Without germination in the plant, the plant is not capable to grow. The germination is the starting of life for the seed plant

Though, the rate of germination is not directly related to rates of plant growth single can find speedy germinating seeds, which grow slowly and vice versa.


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