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 »

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 »

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.

Is it legal to bring plant seed from other countries into the U.S.?

It is legal to bring most plant seeds from other countries into the United States, but it depends greatly on the type of seed you wish to import. All seeds and plants must be declared to the U. S. ... Read More »