Top Seed Quizzes & Trivia

Are you a biologist, a plant lover or a gardener or do you just happen to love watching things grow? Take our seed trivia quizzes to find out more about the tiny plant enclosed in a protective shell. Get ready to sow seeds of knowledge about this little gem which has the possibility of growing into a tree!

Do you think you can answer questions on the different types of seeds, the three basic parts of the seed, and some common seeds that we turn into food?

If so, get ready to get out your gardening gear and dig your way through our seed trivia quizzes! Answer questions such as, “What are the three elements that a seed needs in order to grow?” and, “What is an endosperm?” Good luck!

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  • What is number 1 in this picture?
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  • What is number 2 in this picture?
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  • What is number 3 in this picture?
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  • 1. The average number of days in a public school year in the United States is
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  • 2. A school that specializes in emphasizing a particular area of the curriculum, such as science and technology or the visual and performing arts, is called a(n) ____ school.
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  • 3. A public school that operates as an autonomous educational entity under a contract that is negotiated between its organizers and a sponsor who oversees the provisions of the contract is called a(n) _____school.
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  • Which one of the seeds is most likely to land and start to grow the closest to its parent plant?
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  • Which of these fruits/seeds would end up the furthest from its parent tree
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  • In which environment would a winged seed best help its plant survive? Why?
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  • Seeds do not need what to grow?
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  • Which new vocabulary words means: to grow?
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  • The Cotyledon is the outside part of the seed that protects the embryo and the seed coat.
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