seedpod

Seedcod vs Seedpod - What's the difference?

seedcod | seedpod |


As nouns the difference between seedcod and seedpod

is that seedcod is (uk|dialect|obsolete) a seedlep while seedpod is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds.

Taxonomy vs Seedpod - What's the difference?

taxonomy | seedpod |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and seedpod

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while seedpod is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds.

Seedpod vs Moonseed - What's the difference?

seedpod | moonseed | Related terms |

Seedpod is a related term of moonseed.


In botany|lang=en terms the difference between seedpod and moonseed

is that seedpod is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds while moonseed is (botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

As nouns the difference between seedpod and moonseed

is that seedpod is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds while moonseed is (botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

Seedpod vs Seedeater - What's the difference?

seedpod | seedeater | Related terms |

Seedpod is a related term of seedeater.


As nouns the difference between seedpod and seedeater

is that seedpod is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds while seedeater is (literally) an individual or species which eats seeds.

Seedpod vs Seedful - What's the difference?

seedpod | seedful | Related terms |

Seedpod is a related term of seedful.


As a noun seedpod

is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds.

As an adjective seedful is

full of seed, richly bearing seed.

Seed vs Seedpod - What's the difference?

seed | seedpod |


As nouns the difference between seed and seedpod

is that seed is (senseid)(countable) a fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant while seedpod is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds.

As a verb seed

is to plant or sow an area with seeds.

Pouch vs Seedpod - What's the difference?

pouch | seedpod |


In context|botany|lang=en terms the difference between pouch and seedpod

is that pouch is (botany) a silicle, or short pod, as of the shepherd's purse while seedpod is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds.

As nouns the difference between pouch and seedpod

is that pouch is a small bag usually closed with a drawstring while seedpod is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds.

As a verb pouch

is to enclose within a pouch.

Seedpod vs Pod - What's the difference?

seedpod | pod | Derived terms |

Seedpod is a derived term of pod.


In context|botany|lang=en terms the difference between seedpod and pod

is that seedpod is (botany) a pouch like form on a plant which encloses the seeds while pod is (botany) a seed case for legumes (eg peas, beans, peppers).

As nouns the difference between seedpod and pod

is that seedpod is (botany) a pouch like form on a plant which encloses the seeds while pod is (botany) a seed case for legumes (eg peas, beans, peppers) or pod can be a group of whales, dolphins, porpoises or hippopotami.

As a verb pod is

to bear or produce pods.