It's the seed from a sunflower.
A sunflower seed is an achene which means a simple dry fruit. The sunflower seed are referred to as the fruit of the Sunflower because it is produce by the plant.
There is no need to do this with domesticated sunflower seed.
in late spring,sunflower seed will germinate
No, it is a dicot.
The shell of a sunflower which is white and black striped protects the seed inside of it. The seed, if planted becomes a sunflower plant.
no the seed of a sunflower for example is small but the sunflower itsself can grow huge
it depends on the type of sunflower
A sunflower seed is the fruit of the sunflower. The seed is referred to as a achene when it is inside of its shell or pericarp.
A sunflower seed grows into a sunflower with more seeds. A seed must flower before making more seeds. Each flower produces over 1000 seeds.
U.S. sunflower seed production was 3.54 billion pounds in 2000
U.S. sunflower seed production was 2.49 billion pounds in 2002
sunflower seed oil
yes sunflower is useful in cholesterol
Yes, it is.
Germination is not a seed. Germination is the sprout of a seed. if a sunflower seed sprouts you have germinated that seed
Actually, no, sunflower seeds are not real seeds! Rather, they are the fruit of the sunflower plant. The only reason they are called "sunflower seeds" is because they resemble other seeds.
Global sunflower seed production was 7.5 million metric tons in 2002