Embryo of Dicot Seeds
1)How long are the seeds soaked when conducting the experiment to study the embryo of a gram seed?

2)A seed was soaked for 8-10 hours. If the seed can be separated into two parts, what kind of seed is it?

3)The part of the plant that first emerges from the seed is the embryonic root, also known as _____________.

4)Which plants have non-endospermic seed?

5)Which plants have endospermic seeds?

6)Among the following, which is the correct statement about seeds?

7)The gram seed has a small pore through which it absorbs water. What is the pore called?

8)During germination, the seed can absorb water through

9)Which is not the correct function of the seed coat?

10)What is the function of the plumule?