angiospermous

Terms vs Angiospermous - What's the difference?

terms | angiospermous |


As a noun terms

is .

As an adjective angiospermous is

(botany) having seeds enclosed in a pod or other pericarp.

Pericarp vs Angiospermous - What's the difference?

pericarp | angiospermous |


In botany|lang=en terms the difference between pericarp and angiospermous

is that pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary while angiospermous is (botany) having seeds enclosed in a pod or other pericarp.

As a noun pericarp

is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary.

As an adjective angiospermous is

(botany) having seeds enclosed in a pod or other pericarp.

Pod vs Angiospermous - What's the difference?

pod | angiospermous |


As a preposition pod

is (with accusative) under (destination to which something is moved).

As an adjective angiospermous is

(botany) having seeds enclosed in a pod or other pericarp.

Seed vs Angiospermous - What's the difference?

seed | angiospermous |


As a noun seed

is (senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant.

As a verb seed

is to plant or sow an area with seeds.

As an adjective angiospermous is

(botany) having seeds enclosed in a pod or other pericarp.