Difference between Monocot and Dicot Seeds?

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There is a main difference between monocot and dicot seeds. monocot seeds have 1 cotyledon, and dicot seeds have 2 cotyledons. A cotyledon is an embryonic leaf.
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Phenomenally a monocot seed has embryo with one cotyledon (Scutellum) and a dicot with two cotyledones. Also a monocot seed has plenty of endosperm where as in dicot seeds the endosperm
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The plant leaf surface is known as the lamina. The lamina shows several major veins running across its surface. Occasionally, there are smaller, auxiliary veins that connect the major
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A Dicot has two parts, a monocot only one. Corn is a monocot, beans a dicot. Other differences include that monocots have flower parts (like petals) in multiple of threes while dicots
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