What are the many components of a seed?
- Seed shell.
What makes up the majority of a seed?
The three major components of a normal seed are the seed coat, endosperm, and embryo.
What are the three sections of an embryonic plant?
Three key components: (1) the embryo or germ (including its sheath, the scutellum), which generates the new plant, (2) the starchy endosperm, which provides sustenance for the germinating seed and serves as the raw material for flour production, and (3) numerous covering layers that protect the grain.