one-seed


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having a single seed

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They escaped past Princeton, and beat number one-seed Ohio State in a thriller.
Seed predation, however, may select for increased frequency of one-seeded pods in C.
floridum and other species of legumes, we compared pod biomass of 21 one-seeded pods with 21 two-seeded pods of C.
The weight of two-seeded pods, 0.100 [+ or -] 0.003 g, was significantly less than twice the weight of one-seeded pods, 0.122 [+ or -] 0.004 g (two-sample t-test, t = 4.64, df = 38, P[is less than] 0.001).
In the absence of selection by bruchids for one-seeded pods in Cercidium microphyllum and Olneya tesota, the assumption was that costs in pod biomass would select for increased numbers of seeds per pod in these species relative to C.