Section of a seed: edible fruit, almost without exception seeds of the Graminae family.
Pericarp and seed coat: thin membrane that covers and protects the grain.
Endosperm: tissue providing nutrients to the early stage corn.
Cotyledon: fleshy lobe within the grain.
Coleoptile: envelop surrounding the young stem.
Epicotyl: part of the plant above the cotyledon.
Hypocotyl: part of the plant below the cotyledon.
Radicle: part of the plant originating the root.
Point of attachment: point attaching the seed to the plant.
Seed coat: thin membrane that covers and protects the grain.
Starch: part of the grain from which flour is produced.
Germ: plantlet.
Shell: hard, solid covering of the grain.
Brush: hairy part of the grain.

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EN : Fungus - mushrooms
FR : Mycota - mycètes
ES : Fungi - hongos

          - mushrooms

Mushrooms are the fleshy, spore-bearing fruiting bodies of fungi typically produced above ground on soil or on their food sources. Mushroom can also designate the entire fungus when in culture or when referring to the whole thallus (called a mycelium) of species forming fruitbodies called mushrooms.

Animation : Time lapse seeds

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