-chore, -choric, -chorous, -chory
(Greek: a suffix: to spread, to disperse; to move, to go; to withdraw, to advance; a means or agency for distribution)
How Seeds of Plants Are Spread for Reproduction
Plants have various ways of scattering their seeds so young plants can spread around to grow away from their producers so they don't compete with each other in order to survive.
Many seeds are carried by wind, animals, or water; and some have fruits that are eaten by animals, which then deposit the seeds in their droppings.
2. Distribution by projection by the species own processes.
2. Expulsion or jactition of fruits or seeds.
2. Distributing by gravitational forces acting on heavy fruits or seeds of plants.
2. The geographical environment in which certain life forms are dominant.
3. The boundary of a floral or faunal region.
4. The climatic boundary of a floral region as indicated by the vegetation in the area.