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Diversity and Evolution of Monocots
Monocots vs. Dicots. • Origins of monocots – overcoming hardships.
Early Cretaceous lineages of monocot flowering plants
Leaf Structure Illustrations Dicot Leaf Structure Dicot Leaf, Syringa
1 -. Leaf Structure Illustrations. Dicot Leaf Structure.
MULTIGENE ANALYSES OF MONOCOT RELATIONSHIPS: A
New research initiative on monocot evolution

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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.

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Monocotyledon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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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