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 Is a seed growing into a plant a chemical change?

Answer Yes because the seed uses the water to grow and you can't make the plant back into a seed.CAM
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Is a plant growing from a seed a chemical change?

A chemical change can be thought of as any process that is irreversible. For example, once you bake a cake, you can't turn it back to batter. It has undergone chemical change. Turning ice into wate... Read More »
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Are plants growing a chemical change or a physical change?

bothAdded correction: It is chemical because you can not simply revert it (newly grown hair) back to its original compounds. Plants (newly grown) are product of many (bio)chemical synthesis react... Read More »
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Why does a plant growing in a pot get affected by mineral shortages than a plant growing in the garden?

a plant growing in a pot cannot supply minerals of its own,whereas in a garden there are plenty of minerals in the soil.
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