Is there a survival of the fittest for seeds of plants?



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    Yes, definitely. This phrase, “survival of the fittest,” applies to all living creatures and plants. Seeds need to be transported away from directly below the tree they came from, this is why they have adapted mechanisms for travel, such as burrs, helicopter arms, “wishie”-style wind catchers, and some are even eaten by animals, then pooped out after being relocated far from whence they came. The fittest seed is the one that can be planted, then sprout in an area where it will receive both enough sunlight, nutrients and water. 

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