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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A monocotyledon (or monocot) is an angiosperm that has only one cotyledon (or seed leaf. A dicotyledon (or dicot) is an angiosperm that has two cotyledons. A monocot's leaves will
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