Monocotyledonous plants normally have many seeds, there is no fixed number. An example is corn/ maize
Monocot plants usually have one seed in each fruit. for example wheat, baley, rice, maize, coconut etc. have only one seed per fruit.
one."mono" means "one" , and "cot" is short for "cotyledon" which means "seed leaf".
Monocots are tri-locular - that is they have 3 ovary compartments. Monocots have an undeterminate amount of seed - normally more than dicot plants
there is one cotyledon in a monocot
Monocots have as many leaves as the nodes in their stems.
There Is Only One Seed Leaf In A Monocot.
What does it look like? Are the veins in its leaves more or less parallel? (rather than branched) Does it have fibrous roots? (no taproot) Does it have a flower like a lily or does its flower have three petals (rather than five or many) Does its seed contain one seed leaf or cotyledon? (rather trhan two) If the answers are "yes" it could be a monocot.
Corn is a monocot. A monocot has one cotyledon, which means there is only one leaf present in the seed.
Bitter Gourd Seeds are dicot.
It is a dicot seed. if you need to find out, sow a seed. Wait for 4 to 5 days. Two leaves would emerge from the seed.
Monocotyledons (monocots) have seeds that have only one cotyledon, seed leaf. Common monocots are grasses and onions.
A monocot will have one leaf a dicot will have two
No, Monocot seedlings typically have one seed-leaf, in contrast to the Dicotos which typically have two seed-leaves.
Lettuce is a dicot. It has branched leaves.
Monocots have one seed leaf while Dicots have two seed leaves. Monocot leaves have parallel veins but dicot leaves have a central vein with side veins that branch out from it in a herringbone formation.
I think its a Monocot, because its seed its enclosed
A couple indicators are, not woody, one cotyledon in the seed and parallel veined leaves.
No. Jeera is a dicotyledonous seed
It's seed does not have two cotyledons. The leaves have veins that go upward, not branching out from a thick, center midrib(the center vein in most leaves) ~Those are the main reasons of why a corn is a monocot.
a monocot plant can have many seeds but each seed is with only one cotyledon.