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 The Life Cycle of a Peanut Plant?

Answer The peanut plant (Arachis hypogea) originates from South America but is grown in warm areas worldwide. Its life cycle is unusual in that the plant flowers above ground while the peanut develops und... Read More »
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Science and Life Cycle of a Plant?

Plants are varied and populous organisms with many different means of reproducing. The life cycles of vascular plants--which don't include algae, mosses and certain other primitive photosynthetic o... Read More »
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Non-Vascular Plant Life Cycle?

Botanists consider vascular plants to be those having specialized tissues with cells that conduct food and water throughout the plant. Examples of vascular plants include trees, shrubs and ferns. I... Read More »
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Stages of a Pea Plant Life Cycle?

Pea plants are annuals, meaning that they complete their life cycle, from germination to the formation of new seeds, within one year. They are part of the legume family, or scientifically speaking... Read More »
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What is the life cycle of a tomato plant?

The tomato is an annual plant. This means that it will complete its life cycle in a single growing season, and must be replanted from seed each successive gardening season. At the most basic level,... Read More »
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