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Explain how the protein contained in seeds or milk is useful for the plant sprouting from seed or the baby mammal

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  • Answer posted by: evekathleenbrosie
    Cows and other mammals produce milk to provide the food their babies need to grow. Seeds and milk contain proteins, fats, sugars and/or starch. 1. Explain how the fats, sugars and/or starch contained in seeds or milk are useful for the plant sprouting from the seed or the baby mammal.
  • Answer posted by: cesiamonroy
    Answer:Proteins produces tissuesExplanation:All the living things need proteins to form and develop our tissues, in the case of the plants they have different aminoacids that conforms their proteins, the neccesay ones to develop the new tissues. In the case of the baby mammal, their aminoacids are quite different but at the end will conforms their tissues that ara going to be different if we talk about the hair, than the skin.

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