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What is the difference between embryo and the seed in a plant?

What is the difference between embryo and the seed in a plant?

Grade:8

3 Answers

Ashutosh Mohan Sharma
askIITians Faculty 180 Points
3 years ago
Thanks for asking the question.
Here are some of the differences between an embryo and a seed.
1. Embryo is a specific part of seed. On the other hand, seed contains the embryo and the endosperm.
2. See is an embryonic plant and stores food. And then after some time they turns into a new plant. However, Embryo is a multi-cellular diploid Eukaryote. In humans, it is called embryo until eight weeks of fertilizationand then it is called a fetus.
Hope it helps.
Siddharth Singh
100 Points
3 years ago
Embryo is a specific part of seed. On the other hand, seed contains the embryo and the endosperm.2. See is an embryonic plant and stores food. And then after some time they turns into a new plant. However, Embryo is a multi-cellular diploid Eukaryote. In humans, it is called embryo until eight weeks of fertilizationand then it is called a fetus.
Scholr Boy
87 Points
2 years ago
1. Embryo is a specific part of seed. On the other hand, seed contains the embryo and the endosperm.
2. See is an embryonic plant and stores food. And then after some time they turns into a new plant. However, Embryo is a multi-cellular diploid Eukaryote. In humans, it is called embryo until eight weeks of fertilization and then it is called a fetus.
 

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