seedpod

[seed-pod]
noun
a seed vessel or dehiscent fruit that splits when ripe.

Origin:
1710–20

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seedpod

noun
a several-seeded dehiscent fruit as e.g. of a leguminous plant [syn: pod
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Example sentences
Opium is the brown, gummy exudate of the incised, unripe seedpod of the opium
  poppy.
The distinctive bright-colored flowers appear after three months, and the
  petals fall away to expose the round seedpod.
As a result, the outside cells of the seedpod lose water and shrink more than
  the cells lining the seedpod.
The seedpod generally stays attached to the tree limb over winter.
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