Flowering plants are divided into monocots (or monocotyledons) and dicots (or
dicotyledons). ... Leaf venation, Leaf veins are reticulated (branched). Leaf veins
The arrangement of veins in a leaf is called the venation pattern. Monocots and
dicots differ in their patterns of venation . Monocots have parallel venation in ...
Dicots have two seed leaves inside the seed coat. ... from the central midrib to the
edge of the leaf, crossing and joining to form a netted pattern all over the leaf.
Definition of Leaf Venation. Arrangement pattern of the veins of the leaf ... Leaves
of 'Dicot plants' generally have reticulate venation e.g., Hibiscus, Redgram.
Dicots Monocots. Back to Main Page. cone1.jpg (150128 bytes). flower1.jpg ... of
root system does the plant have, or how are the leaves arranged along the stem.
... Dicot leaves display a netted reticulate venation pattern that can be either ...
Sep 20, 2004 ... Most dicot leaves show a reticulate pattern, in which veins of different ... monocot
leaves show a typical striate venation pattern, in which major ...
Monocot leaves posses parallel venation, meaning the veins of the leaf run in ...
include net-veined or reticulate-veined, which is found in dicot leaves. ...
Reticulated venation is one of three classifications of vein patterns found in a leaf.
A. What differences do you notice between the leaves of the monocot and the
dicot? How might the venation pattern be adaptive for a particular environment?
Jan 26, 2012 ... Typical dicot leaves, for example, have a net venation, in which a ... The
distinctive pattern of growth of the grass leaf is found throughout the ...
feature of many leaf venation patterns, especially in the case of angiosperm
leaves, is the ..... order veins of a dicot leaf (secondaries ramify freely toward the