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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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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Corn, tulips, grass, rice, wheat, asparagus, avocados, etc.
Yes it could be distinguish and there are approximately 60000 species
Botantist John Ray in 1682 established a formal distinction between monocotyledones and dicotyledones, according to UC Berkeley's Museum of Paleontology website. Prior to Ray's classification
A Dicot has two parts, a monocot only one. Corn is a monocot, beans a dicot. Other differences include that monocots have flower parts (like petals) in multiple of threes while dicots
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