Table of contents for Sprouting seed science projects / Ann Benbow and Colin Mably.

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Contents
Introduction			 					p. 4
1	What's in a seed?			 			p. 6
	What's in a seed?: An Explanation 				p. 8
2	How do seeds get around?	 				p. 10
	How do seeds get around?: An Explanation 			p. 12
3	How long does it take different seeds to sprout?		p. 14
	How long does it take different seeds to sprout? 
	An Explanation			 			p. 16
4	In which direction do roots and shoots grow?	 	p. 18
	In which direction do roots and shoots grow?
	An Explanation			 			p. 20
5	Which seeds have fat in them?	 			p. 22
	Which seeds have fat in them? An Explanation		p. 24
6	How well do seeds grow in different soils?			 p. 26
	How well do seed grow in different soils? 
An Explanation 			 			 p. 28
7	Can seed grow in cold conditions?				 p. 30
	Can seeds grow in cold conditions? An Explanation		p. 32
8	Can some seeds grow without seeds?				p. 34
	Can some seeds grow without seeds? An Explanation	p. 36
9	Where can you find seeds in fruits?				p. 38
	Where can you find seeds in fruits? An Explanation		p. 40
10	How are seeds the same and different?			p. 42
	How are seeds the same
	 and different?
	An Explanation			p. 44
	Words to Know			p. 46
	Further Reading 
	 and Internet Addresses		p. 47
	Index					p. 48

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Seeds -- Experiments -- Juvenile literature.
Germination -- Experiments -- Juvenile literature.
Seed projects -- Juvenile literature.