What are the examples of monocotyledon and dicotyledon herbal plants?
it's dicotyledon. --> No! Pine is a gymnosperm ("naked seed"; no ovary), and thus the terms dicotyledon (dicot or eudicot) and monocotyledon (monocot) do not apply to conifers like Pine. The terms "monocotyledon" and "dicotyledon" (or more accurately "eudicot") only apply to the angiosperms (flowering plants containing ovaries/"vessels"). Pine is NOT an angiosperm, thus this these terms DO NOT apply to Pine (or any other conifers).
Plain and simple: angiosperms are flowering plants like the more obvious tulips, daisies and daffodils to the less obvious apple and cherry blossoms. Angiosperms are divided into two groups based on how many food compartments their seeds have. They are monocotyledon (monocot, having one compartment for food) and dicotyledon (dicot, having two compartments for food). All flowering plants (with true flowers) are angiosperms
Dicot plants have secondary growth hence their stems are woody, in mocots true secondary growth is absent. The leaves of dicot plants have reticulate venation and monocots have parallel venation. The seeds in Dicots have two cotyledones in its embryo in monocots only one cotyledon in the form of scutellum is prominant.
Monocotyledon (monocots) have seeds containing a single seed leaf .They have narrow leaves with straight parallel veins. Examples of monocots: ochirds, lilies, palm,s grass,irises, corn, wheat.Hope this helped :) roots-adventitious generally herbs and shrubs adopt c4 cycle for photosynthesis have isobilateral leaf
A 'dicot' or dicotyledon is a flowering plant which has two cotyledons. The plants in this category have broad leaves with branched veins. Their flowers are arranged in fours and fives or multiples of four and five. Some examples are: Buttercups, sunflowers, roses and fruit trees. (Apples, pears, cherries.)
Mono=one , and Di=two A monocot is a plant which has one cotyledon (primary seed leaf), for example maize. A dicot is a plant which has two cotyledons (primary seed leaves), for example beans. Many flowers and fruits are dicotyledons (roses, apples): their leaves typically are broad and veined, and their flowers have 4- or 5-part petals. Other plants such as grasses and palm trees are monocotyledon, with long, straight leaves and flowers typically have…
Herbal teas are blends of herbs and plants that are brewed / steeped like tea, but do not contain the tea plant (Camellia sinensis). A few common examples of herbal teas including chamomile tea, mint tea, rooibos, or tulsi tea. Fruits and berries, and spices, are often used in herbal blends. Herbal teas are incredibly diverse, as they include all plants other than the tea plant. On a technical level, herbal teas are not true…
"Monocot" and "dicot" are short for "monocotyledon" and "dicotyledon". These are different types of Angiosperms (flower-producing plants). Monocotyledons have veins going up to the top of the leaf and no midrib, while dicotyledons have veins branching out from a thick, center midrib. Monocots have only one cotyledon in the seed while dicots have two cotyledons. Also, monocot flowers have petals in multiples of 3 but dicot flowers have petals in multiples of 4 or 5…
With a monocotyledon, the seed sprouts to produce one seed leaf. Typically they also have leaves with parallel veins, a lack of secondary growth, and flower parts in multiples of three. With a dicotyledon, the seed sprouts to produce a pair of leaves. Typically they also have leaves with reticulate venation, flower parts in multiples of four or five, pollen with three pores, and the capacity for secondary growth.
True tea is typically not made from roots--only from leaves, buds, and rarely stems (as in the Japanese green tea called kukicha). Many herbal teas, however, are made from the roots of various plants. This is true both of herbal teas consumed as a beverage, and those used for medicinal purposes. A few examples of plants whose roots are commonly used in herbal teas include ginger, ginseng, and licorice.