plumule

Seedling vs Plumule - What's the difference?

seedling | plumule |


In context|botany|lang=en terms the difference between seedling and plumule

is that seedling is (botany) a young plant grown from seed while plumule is (botany) the first bud, or gemmule, of a young plant; the bud, or growing point, of the embryo, above the cotyledons.

As nouns the difference between seedling and plumule

is that seedling is (botany) a young plant grown from seed while plumule is (botany) the first bud, or gemmule, of a young plant; the bud, or growing point, of the embryo, above the cotyledons.

As an adjective seedling

is which is a seedling (see below).

Cotyledons vs Plumule - What's the difference?

cotyledons | plumule |


As nouns the difference between cotyledons and plumule

is that cotyledons is while plumule is (botany) the first bud, or gemmule, of a young plant; the bud, or growing point, of the embryo, above the cotyledons.

Plumule vs Inc - What's the difference?

plumule | inc |


As a noun plumule

is (botany) the first bud, or gemmule, of a young plant; the bud, or growing point, of the embryo, above the cotyledons.

As an acronym inc is

(chiefly|north america).

Plumule vs Regasp - What's the difference?

plumule | regasp |

Plumule vs Radical - What's the difference?

plumule | radical |


As nouns the difference between plumule and radical

is that plumule is (botany) the first bud, or gemmule, of a young plant; the bud, or growing point, of the embryo, above the cotyledons while radical is a member of the most progressive wing of the liberal party; someone favouring social reform (but generally stopping short of socialism).

As an adjective radical is

favoring fundamental change, or change at the root cause of a matter.

Coleoptile vs Plumule - What's the difference?

coleoptile | plumule |


As nouns the difference between coleoptile and plumule

is that coleoptile is (botany) a pointed sheath that protects the emerging shoot in monocotyledons such as oats and grasses while plumule is (botany) the first bud, or gemmule, of a young plant; the bud, or growing point, of the embryo, above the cotyledons.

Plumule vs Radicle - What's the difference?

plumule | radicle |


As nouns the difference between plumule and radicle

is that plumule is (botany) the first bud, or gemmule, of a young plant; the bud, or growing point, of the embryo, above the cotyledons while radicle is (botany) the rudimentary shoot of a plant which supports the cotyledons in the seed, and from which the root is developed downward; the root of the embryo.

Plumule vs Coleorhiza - What's the difference?

plumule | coleorhiza |


As nouns the difference between plumule and coleorhiza

is that plumule is (botany) the first bud, or gemmule, of a young plant; the bud, or growing point, of the embryo, above the cotyledons while coleorhiza is a sheath-like structure found in a plant seed that connects the coleoptile to the primary root and acts as a protective covering enclosing the plumule and radicle.

Plumule vs Plumula - What's the difference?

plumule | plumula |


In context|botany|lang=en terms the difference between plumule and plumula

is that plumule is (botany) the first bud, or gemmule, of a young plant; the bud, or growing point, of the embryo, above the cotyledons while plumula is (botany) a plumule.

As nouns the difference between plumule and plumula

is that plumule is (botany) the first bud, or gemmule, of a young plant; the bud, or growing point, of the embryo, above the cotyledons while plumula is (botany) a plumule.

Plumule vs Plumular - What's the difference?

plumule | plumular |


As a noun plumule

is (botany) the first bud, or gemmule, of a young plant; the bud, or growing point, of the embryo, above the cotyledons.

As an adjective plumular is

(botany) relating to a plumule.

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