anemochory

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a·nem·o·cho·ry

 (ə-nĕm′ə-kôr′ē)
n.
Dispersal of seeds, fruits, or other plant parts by wind.

a·nem′o·chore′ (-kôr′) n.
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The study makes a distinction between species who have the capacity for biological dispersal -- that is, the ability to migrate from one site to another -- and those that cannot.
Masses being moved must be a pretreatment for sure not the biological dispersal elements to accompany.
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