(of the more skilled contestants) selectively arranged in the draw for position in a tournament so that they meet each other in later rounds
having the seeds extracted; "seeded raisins"
having seeds as specified; "many-seeded"; "black-seeded"
having or supplied with seeds; "a seeded breadfruit"; "seeded rolls"
sprinkled with seed; "a seeded lawn"
Generic term for introducing seed into the soil-air-water matrix, typically via a mechanized process that will maximize the likelihood of subsequent seed germination and plant growth.
Seeding a flow, or a seeded flow, means to introduce particulates or other foreign substances into an otherwise transparent stream of fluid. These particulates are generally small enough to be carried by the fluid but large enough to be picked up using a flow visualization technique, such as particle image velocimetry (PIV). In reference to aerodynamic testing, such as wind tunnel testing, water tunnel testing, or any other test investigating the flow of a fluid which may be invisible to the naked eye, seeding a flow is often the only way to take visual measurements.
Used when referring to the seed vessels of flowers, etc.