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- Diversity and Evolution of Monocots
- Monocots vs. Dicots. • Origins of monocots – overcoming hardships.
- Leaf Structure Illustrations Dicot Leaf Structure Dicot Leaf, Syringa
- 1 -. Leaf Structure Illustrations. Dicot Leaf Structure.
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- Flowering plants are classified either as monocots or dicots based on the number of leaves that appear first when the seed sprouts.
- Monocots vs. Dicots
- There are also monocots which posses characters more typical of dicots.
- Dicots and Monocots
- Monocots are seeds that only have one cotyledon, such as the corn seed.
- MONOCOTS VS. DICOTS
- MONOCOTS VS. DICOTS.
- Monocots and Dicots
- When a monocot seed germinates, it produces a single leaf. It is usually long and narrow, like the adult leaf.
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