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[ sˈiːd], [ sˈiːd], [ s_ˈiː_d]

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Seed is the starting point for so many different plants, and it can be found in many different shapes and sizes. Seeds come from flowers, fruits, nuts, and other plants.

Seed is a renewable resource. Once the seed is planted, the plant can produce new seeds for future crops. This cycle of growth and reproduction helps to keep the environment healthy and prevents the extinction of plants and animals.

One of the challenges of preserving seeds is that they can hold a large amount of information. This information can be essential for breeding new strains of plants, studying plant biology, and developing new crop varieties.

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