Difference between an annual and biennial plants. Provide one example of each.
|Annual Plants||Biennial Plants|
|The plants that require a single season to complete their whole life cycle are termed as annual plants.||The plants that require two seasons to complete their total life cycle are called biennial plants|
|They grow, set seeds and die all within one year.||In the first year the plants grow a healthy root system, leaves and a short stem before becoming dormant over the winter months. In the second year the plants grow quickly before flowering, setting seed and then die.|
|E.g. rice, wheat etc.||E.g. onion, parsley, carrot etc.|
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