Yes, a bean is a seed. It is a seed for a bean plant. Bean is often said in place of seed. I hope this makes it easier to understand. :)
a bean seed is a dicot
yes and no the bean plant is called a bean, so its a plant and not a seed the bean plant seed is also called a bean - so in this context the answer is yes it is a seed
A bean is a seed.
What kind of bean does not grow without a seed
the difference is that the bean seed germinates by dicots and the corn seed germinates by monocots.
Bean plants are seed producing plants
No you can not replace a bean nuclei with an olive seed.
No, it is the plant that grows the bean. It is a plant, no a seed.
A bean would be considered as a seed plant
Bean is normally the seed itself. Look at the Wikipedia link below.
The bean is the seed of the plant.
A jelly bean?
The red kidney bean is a dicot seed because it has two cotyledons (seed leaves)
you just draw it
You can see the cotyledons when the bean seed grows. I think you can't tell just by looking at the seed.
The seed of the coffee plant looks rather exactly like a coffee bean, because it is a coffee bean.
the scientific name for bean is "seed".
Most of a bean is just food for the embryo, but there is a living bean embryo within the bean seed (at least, it is living until you cook it).
The difference is that the bean seed germinates by dicots and the corn seed germinates by monocots.
It takes a bean seed 6 to 10 days to grow.
the black bean grows faster because the seed germanates faster
The seedcoat of lima bean is hard whereas it is membranous in peanut.
It is a dicot seed.