Compare spore and seed, identify differences, establish similarities

A seed is a plant in its infancy with a supply of nutrients. Seeds are used for settlement and reproduction. The seeds, in contrast to the spore (one cell), contain: the embryo, the supply of nutrients and the shell. Strong covers protect seeds from external influences

Parameters Spore Seed
The size Very small , invisible to the naked eye From a few millimeters to tens of centimeters, distinguishable with the naked eye
Structure Unicellular formation Multicellular formation
Protection from external conditions Not Well protected by a dense skin
Necessary environment for fertilization Drip-liquid Ground-air


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