#1
i was talking to my friend today and this came up: what is the difference between a seed and a nut? is it just the size or is there some distinction?
#2
A seed is commonly found in fruit. A nut is normally referred to as part of the male reproductive system, with size dependent on age.
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#4
Quote by spartan 118
A seed is commonly found in fruit. A nut is normally referred to as part of the male reproductive system, with size dependent on age.


not that kind of nut! i mean like acorns and walnuts. where do you draw the line between seeds and nuts?
#5
Something to do with the type of plant we just went through it in biology at school...well i didnt but the class did. Check out gymnosperms and angiosperms on wikipedia or something. I think gymnosperms are flowering plants and they can have nuts or seeds.
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Quote by mogan777
not that kind of nut! i mean like acorns and walnuts. where do you draw the line between seeds and nuts?


dude look where you posted your question.... ask a stupid question get a stupid answer.
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dude look where you posted your question.... ask a stupid question get a stupid answer.


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