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What is a monocotyledonous plant?

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Monocot stands for monocotyledon, a reference to the seeds which have only one embryonic seed leaf and not two (dicotylednous) Examples of monocotyledonous plants/ seeds include: Bamboos, grasses (such as rice amd wheat) and true palms.
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Monocot- we know that §. monocot contains one cotyledon. §. Present parellel venation in leaves. §. Flower are di or trimerous. Ex- wheat, grasses. Dicot- §. Present
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Plants can be grouped into two broad categories: Monocotyledons and Dicotyledons. Monocotyledons are plants that follow a leaf-collar type of growth, like grass and corn where a
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mono=one , a plant (seed) which has one cotyledon ex. maize and dicot=two, a plant (seed) which has two cotyledon ex. bean.
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