anonymous
  • anonymous
how does a monocotyledon and dicotyledon look like?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Google will show you images.
misssunshinexxoxo
  • misssunshinexxoxo
A monocotyledon (or monocot) is an angiosperm that has only one cotyledon (or seed leaf.) A dicotyledon (or dicot) is an angiosperm that has two cotyledons. A monocot's leaves will have parallel veins. A dicot's leaves will have branching veins. A monocot's stem will have bunches of vascular tissue scattered throughout the stem. A dicot's stem will have bunches of vascular tissue arranged in a ring. The flowers of a monocot will have parts in threes or multiples of threes. A dicot's flowers will be in parts of four or five.
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Thank you very much

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