The picture shows a plant exactly like this one http://www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/beauty/iris/louisiana/images/iris_brevicaulis_tgb_lg.jpg
It shows leaves with parallel veins as well. My question is wouldn't it be accurate to say that it is a seed plan a monocot and a sporophyte?
The plants shown here are
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I think it is probably a monocot; however, I am not at all good with plants.
I was thinking monocot but monocots are within angiosperms (eg. seed plants) and angiosperms have a dominant sporophyte stage and flowering is part of the sporophyte stage....hence I have no idea what to put. Although monocot would be the simplest answer.
If the picture in the book is an iris (like the picture you uploaded), it's division is monocot. Monocot is the simplest answer. I think it's an ambiguous question. Not that it is particularly helpful to you.