Examples of Monocot Seeds?


A monocot seed is the a seed with one cotyledon, the part that stores food required by the seed. The seed usually germinates, leaving the seed coat below the soil. The maize seed is a monocot seed; the opposite of a monocot seed is a dicot seed which has 2 cotyledons and the bean seed is an example of such a seed.
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Plant biologists have divided plants into two groups: monocot and dicot. These differ in seed coating, number of cotyledons, arrangement of leaves at germination, arrangement of the
Monocotyledon seeds are different from dicotyledon seeds in the fact that they only one cotyledon, but dicotyledon seeds have two cotyledons.
Monocots are herbaceous & include such plants as iris, lily, orchid, grasses, and
A monocot is a Monocotyledon, so-called because it has a single cotyledon (or, seed-leaf) in the embryo inside the seed. A dicot is a Dicotyledon, so-called because it has a two cotyledons
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Monocot are seeds that only have one cotyledon, such as the corn seed. The corn seed does have a seed coat, but it does not slip off easily as the bean
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Examples of monocot and dicot seeds include iris seeds as monocots and erigeron as dicots. monocots have only one seed leaf within the seed coat. Dicots have two ...
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