Difference between Monocotyledon and Dicotyledon?

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There is a key differences in monocotyledons and dicotyledons. Monocotyledons typically have one cotyledon (i.e a seed leaf). Dicotyledons have two seed leaves. There are much more species of dicotyledons than monocotyledons.
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Monocotyledon- 1 cotyledon, plant has straight veined leaves. Dicotyledon- 2 cotyledon, plant has net-veined leaves. Cotyledon- the first leaf, or one of the first pair of leaves,
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Both are angiosperms. Monocots mean ONE cotyledon in the seed. They have parallel veins on the leaves, and the flower parts are arranged in 3's. (Think daffodils) While RARE, it IS
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The monocotyledon
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