anonymous
  • anonymous
what do monocots and dicots have in common?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
They are both: - flowering plants(Angiosperm). - tracheophytes i.e. have xylem , phloem and vascular bundles. - have roots, stem and leaves that's all i can give.
anonymous
  • anonymous
They are both used to classify different types of seeds.
anonymous
  • anonymous
As rudi19 said: "- flowering plants(Angiosperm)." Since all angiosperms can be categorized as either monocots or dicots, they share everything that makes an angiosperm an angiosperm. Angiosperms are type of vascular plant that produces flowers that, when fertilized, develop into a fruit.

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