Saturday

Seed Dispersal & Germination Time-Lapse Videos

Japanese cheesewood (Pittosporum tobira) seed pods ripening reveal fleshy red seeds that look like the seeds of pomegranates.



Soybeans (Glycine max) seed germinate and break through the soil-surface and expose their first set of leaves. The video then zooms in to show us a view of at the cellular level of the leaves.




There are more incredible time-lapse videos of seed dispersal and seed germination on Odakatoshio's YouTube Channel.

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