It is a monocot angiosperm
angiosperm. it is a DICOT.
It is neither it is a gymnosperm not an angiosperm and something can only be a monocot or a dicot if it is a angiosperm
A radish is a angiosperm , i is a dicot 😉
Yes, it is dicot and it is an angiosperm.
It is classified as a gymnosperm.
An angiosperm with two cotyledons is a dicot or Magnoliopsida.
A common grape is an angiosperm, (therefore is a dicot).
an angiosperm. It is a woody dicot. Gymnosperm trees are exclusively conifers
No. Crape Myrtle is an angiosperm and a dicot.
its neither because the angiosperm leads to these two characteristics. The douglas fir is not an angiosperm, its a gymnosperm.
a dicot... that's a type of angiosperm
Neither it is a vascular, seedless plant, not an angiosperm.
No, ampalaya is not a monocot, it is a dicot. It is also a type of angiosperm, or flowering plant.
A dicot angiosperm has 4 or 5 petals or in multiples of 4's or 5's. A monocot angiosperm has 3 petals or in multiples of 3's.
Wheat is not a gymnosperm: it has tiny flowers that are hidden from view - that makes it an angiosperm I think (but am not sure) that it is a monocot. Initially only one leaf emerges, enclosed in a hard casing called the coleoptile. If it only has one leaf initially, then it is monocot.
Neither, because it is not an angiosperm (flowering plant). A monocot (monocotyledon) is an angiosperm with one cotyledon (seed-leaf) while a dicot (dicotyledon) is an angiosperms with two cotyledons (seed-leaves). Western red cedars are gymnosperms. A gymnosperm has "naked seeds" meaning that the seeds (ovules) are not found in an ovary but rather on leaves, scales or in cones.
Angiosperm is a plant that produces flowers, non-angiosperm does not produce flower.
given the choices i say angiosperm
Dahlia is a dicot.
Yes. It is an angiosperm. More specifically, it is a monocot angiosperm.
Tulsi or holy basil is an angiosperm
It is a dicot, or dicotyledon
It's a dicot (specifically a herbaceous dicot). It's a dicot (specifically a herbaceous dicot).