How does the internal structure of herbaceous monocots differ from that of herbaceous dicots?
Monocots lack the vascular cambium structure that dicots have. Dicots have two cotyledons in the embryo, as well, while monocots only have one.
Is a tulip woody or herbaceous? tulip is herbaceous, because it is a monocot. secondary growth doesn't occur in monocots, whereas secondary growth produces cork, which is the woody stem found in dicots
Dicots. Only grasses are monocots
1. Monocots have one cotyledon in the embryo and dicots have two 2. Vascular bundles in monocots are closed in dicots these are open 3. Leaves have parallel venation in monocots & reticulate in dicots 4. Floral parts are in multiple of three in monocots, and five or their multiple in dicots.
1. Monocots do not have vascular cambium it is present in dicots 2. Dicots grow in girth by secondary growth through vascular cambium, this type of secondary growth is absent in monocot, 3. Dicots have two cotyledones with their embryo, monocots have only one.
They are neither. Monocots and dicots a vascular plants a liverwort is non vascular
dicots have root hairs.... and yea monocots also have
Peas are dicots.
Poppies are dicots
Well most basic difference would be the stem type. Herbaceous plants have "soft, green stems" while woody plants have "hard, woody stems", usually covered with bark. Monocots and Dicots, anyone?
they are part of the Citrus family and are dicots
They are parts of plants. Monocots and dicots, or monocotyledons and dicotyledons, are the 2 categories of angiosperms, or flower producing plants.
In monocots the seedling emerges from the soil through coleoptyle whereas in dicots through plumule.
Herbaceous stems lack woody tissue and growth rings unlike woody xylem. Wood is a composite of cellulose fibers which require the the process of phloem in the bark to contain nutrients unlike herbaceous stems that rely on xylem that contains vessel and vascular elements.
The terms monocot and dicot (both are abbreviations, standing respectively for monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous) refer to the structure of embryonic plants inside their seeds, specifically, whether they have one leaf or two leaves. That is what it means. It has no relevance to animals. Animals have no leaves and cannot be monocots or dicots.
Daisies are dicots because they have Taproot roots and the veins on their leaves are branched/clustered, monocots plants have paralell veins on the leaves.
Sugar beets (Beta vulgaris) are dicots.
no peanuts are not monocots. since they contain two cotyledons, they are dicots
Pineapples are monocots.
No, they are dicotyledons (dicots).
Dicots and monocots .
In monocots the xylem are grouped together, but in dicots they are seperated. In monocots the xylem are grouped together, but in dicots they are seperated.
Dicots are woody, monocots are not. Dicots have two cotyledons, monocots have one. The flower petals group differently. Dicots have a three hole depression on their seeds, monocots have one. There are a few more differences that you can look up.
Monocots have one cotyledon, or embryonic leaf, while eudicots (which are dicots) have two.
in monocots, the vascular bundles are scattered throughout the stem and in dicots, the vascular bundles are arranged in a ring. hope this helps =]
Monocots: Corn, avocado, grass, wheat, rice, orchids, onions, etc. Dicots: Broadleaf trees, shrubs, most fruits & vegetables.
They are both plants.
their leaves are diiferent
Monocots & Dicots
no, all grasses are monocots.
There are three important types of plants. They are no flowers, monocots and dicots. Mosses are example for no flowers, grasses are example for monocots and trees, shrubs are example for dicots.
Monocots has flower parts in three, and leaves with parallel veins Dicots has flower parts in fours or fives, and leaves with branching veins
Monocots have one cotyledon while dicot have two .
The two main groups are monocots and dicots. Monocots have one leaf when their seeds first germinate dicots have two.
Monocots & Dicots
Potatoes are dicotyledonous plants.
monocots and dicots.
monocots and dicots
Both r angiosperms
Yes, monocots and dicots are sub-divisions of angiosperms (flowering plants)
No, all beans are dicots. Monocots produce blade-like shoots. like onions.
A potato is a dicot. Look at the leaves: in monocots (such as grasses, or lilies), the leaves have lots of parallel lines; in dicots, there is a more complex structure, that branches out.
Monocot Green beans, like all beans, are dicots. They have two cotyledons.
Oak leaves are dicots, not monocots. They are deciduous trees that are angiosperms, which means that they are flowering plants.
They are a dicots. The two cotlydons in their seeds are not obvious, but bight into a few and you may notice them.
I thin they are monocots because they have only one stem. I am 80% sure that they are monocots. I'll ask my science teacher and improve this answer.
monocots - adventitious or fibrous root system dicots- taproot system..
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