What's mung beans classification

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Kingdom Plantae - PlantsSubkingdom Tracheobionta - Vascular plantsSuperdivision Spermatophyta - Seed plantsDivision Magnoliophyta - Flowering plantsClass Magnoliopsida - DicotyledonsSubclass RosidaeOrder FabalesFamily Fabaceae - Pea familyGenus Vigna Savi - cowpea PSpecies Vignaradiata (L.) R. Wilczek - mung bean P

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What makes a mung bean a dicot?

Presence of two cotyledones in the seed make mung bean a dicot. Other characters of a dicot are leaves with reticulate venation and vascular bundles with the cambium.

Why don't mung beans grow in salt water?

I conducted an experiment whereby I grew mung-beans in different solutions. Most solutions had a success rate ranging from 65-80%. However the solution with salt added had a 0-1% success rate. So to answer your question, 'YES', mung-beans Do grow in salt water.

What happened to the mongo seeds?

When mongo seeds, also called mung beans, germinate, they become bean sprouts, which are edible. Various parts of the mung plant are used in South Asian and East Asian cuisine.

Is mung-bean undergo sexual reproduction?

Yes mung-bean undergoes sexual reproduction

What are the factors that effect the rate of respiration of mung beans?

temperature can affect the rate of respiration in mungbeans the higher the temp the more oxygen is taken in during respiration. i think! Dr. Fraz - Is that the worst biologically explained answer I've ever heard?! I think?! Think?! Don't answer if you don't know for sure! You're just providing pointless information aren't you! As it happens you are correct, it's just a very poor/unhelpful question, and the uncertainty with which you answered it quite frankly peed me off a little! Temperature does affect the rate of respiration. As the temperature increases the Mung Beans respire quicker. The increase in temperature will continue to increase the rate of respiration but only to a certain point. Once the temperature reaches around 700c the Mung Beans start to denature due to the temperature becoming too high for them to survive. This ultimately will lead to a decrease and eventual cease of all respiration. I must also add, your grammar is terrible. Capital letters? Take pride in your answer, I now I do! :D

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