The gram seeds are earthy colored in shading. They are pointed toward one side and round at the opposite end. These are contained in a little organic product called, the pod. The gram case is a few seeded. The seeds are appended to the mass of the case by a tail called the funiculus. At the point when the developing seed is disengaged, the funiculus leaves a scar on the seed called the hilum. Simply blow the hilum lies the micropyle as a little more. Water is consumed through the micropyle during the germination of seed. On the off chance that the splashed seed is crushed, water apparently oozes out of the micropyle. The seed is secured by the extreme seed coat. The seed coat comprises of two layers, external brownish tests, and the papery white membranous tegmen.