seedpod

Seedpod vs Berry - What's the difference?

seedpod | berry |


As a noun seedpod

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

As a proper noun berry is

or berry can be (rare).

Seedcase vs Seedpod - What's the difference?

seedcase | seedpod |


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

is that seedcase is (botany) a pouch like structure of a plant that encloses the seeds while seedpod is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds.

As nouns the difference between seedcase and seedpod

is that seedcase is (botany) a pouch like structure of a plant that encloses the seeds while seedpod is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds.

Seedpod vs Silique - What's the difference?

seedpod | silique |


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

is that seedpod is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds while silique is (botany) a long dry fruit (seed capsule), length more than twice the width, typical to cruciferous plants and consisting of two fused carpels that separate when ripe.

As nouns the difference between seedpod and silique

is that seedpod is (botany) a pouch-like form on a plant which encloses the seeds while silique is (botany) a long dry fruit (seed capsule), length more than twice the width, typical to cruciferous plants and consisting of two fused carpels that separate when ripe.

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.

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