The difference is that the bean seed germinates by dicots and the corn seed germinates by monocots.
a pee seed is docotone while a corn seed is a monocot
The "endosperm" of the bean seed is made of two leaf-shaped halves called cotyledons. Technically, it's not called an endosperm. However, the corn seed contains one endosperm.
The Cherokee farmed Bean, Corn ,Sunflower Seed ,Pumpkin's and Tobacco.
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. :)
out of squash, peas, corn, watermelon and tomato the squash grew the fastest
a bean seed is a dicot
A monocot flower has only one cotyledon, and the dicot flower has two cotyledons. For example, a corn seed can't be split into two parts, while a pea can. The corn seed is a monocot, and the pea 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
What kind of bean does not grow without a seed
Bean plants are seed producing plants
No you can not replace a bean nuclei with an olive seed.
A Legume is the seed of a plant in the bean family, Fabaceae. A Cereal grain is the seed of a plant in the grass family, Poaceae.
No, it is the plant that grows the bean. It is a plant, no a seed.
Bean is normally the seed itself. Look at the Wikipedia link below.