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Monocot vs. Dicot


What are the two ways people group vascular plants? Monocots and Dicots
What is a cotyledon? The part of the seed that gives the plant energy.
How many cotyledon(s) does a monocot have? 1 cotyledons
How many cotyledon(s) does a dicot have? 2 cotyledons
Vascular tissue in a monocot is... Straight
Vascular tissue in a dicot is... Branched
What is an example of a monocot? Corn, ect.
What is an example of a dicot? Hibiscus, ect.
Flower parts in a monocot are in multiples of? 3
Flower parts in a dicot are in multiples of? 4 or 5
Created by: NerdyAngel