What are some examples of monocotyledons?

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The Monocotyledons are one of the most distinctive major lineages of angiosperms and traditionally have been paired with the Dicotyledons as the two main groups of flowering plants. Among the monocots are some of the largest families of angiosperms, such as the orchids and the grasses, as well as some of the most economically important species of plants. Numerous vegetation types are dominated by monocots including grasslands, palm savannas, sedge meadows, and cattail marshes.
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