whole flax seeds 1 cup = about 180 g (I measured on my scale). I'm assuming the 250 g is for a liquid measure, but flax is lighter than water.
one."mono" means "one" , and "cot" is short for "cotyledon" which means "seed leaf".
Scallions are members of the onion family so are monocots, that is they have one cotyledon per seed.
The seed coat
Generally seed require a few things in order to germinate:Water/ moistureSoil (or a growing medium)Heat/ warmthDarkness or in the case of some seed lightGeneral guide is that the seed should be covered to double the diameter of the seed itself. In the case of many small or fine seed varieties it is best to leave them uncovered with soil.Keep the soil moist during germination, but not too wet as this can cause fungal problems.It is always best to research the seed variety you are germinating if you are not sure of the specifics - as different seeds have different germination periods.
There are 6.5 grams in a tablespoon of flax seed meal.
56 lbs of flax seeds is 12.6 dry quarts(US) or 14.7 liquid quarts(US) a tablespoon of flax seed is 30 grams a pound is 454 grams a liquid quart is 64 tablespoons a dry quart is 67.2 cubic inches a liquid quart is 57.7 cu inch a tablespoon is .902 cu in 56 lbs is 25424 grams 25424 grams of flax seed is 847.5 cu in or 12.6 dry quarts
1 tablespoon of chia seeds = 10.2 grams.
It should say on the label on the container...
It is not safe to eat 50 grams of crushed flax seed. Studies indicate that people who eat 5 grams of crushed flax seed per day will have high cholesterol.
About 14 gm of mustard seed in a tbspn.
Approximately 11 grams.