What Is a Dicot?


A dicot is a flowering plant with two cotyledons and stems that grow by deposit on its outside. It also has three grooves in its pollen and its flowers have petals in multiples of four and five with their leaves having netted veins.
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The word "dicot" is short for dicotyledon (n. which means "A flowering plant with two embryonic
A dicot plant has: 1. Flower parts must be 4 or 5. 2. Net pattern leaf veins. 3. Vascular bundle in a distinct ring shape. 4. Root Phloem between arms of Xylem. Hope it helps : 1st
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
Dicotyledons, or dicots, is a name for a group of flowering plants whose seed typically has two embryonic leaves or cotyledons.
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a dicotyledon.
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A dicot is an angiosperm. It's really a broad term for a varied group of these, and never is singled to just one type. It's scientific and botanists are usually the ones that refer to it.
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