Seedling vs Moonseed - What's the difference?

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Seedling is a related term of moonseed.


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

is that seedling is (botany) a young plant grown from seed while moonseed is (botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

As nouns the difference between seedling and moonseed

is that seedling is (botany) a young plant grown from seed while moonseed is (botany) a twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the menispermae or moonseed family.

As an adjective seedling

is which is a seedling (see below).

seedling

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • which is a seedling (see below)
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • (botany) A young plant grown from seed
  • Any young, especially
  • # one grown in a nursery for transplanting
  • # a tree smaller than a sapling.
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    moonseed

    English

    (wikipedia moonseed) (Menispermum)

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (botany) A twining plant of the genus (taxlink), eponymous of the Menispermae or moonseed family
  • ''The crescent-shaped (hence their name) moonseeds bear black fruits

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