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Many early-diverging dicot groups have "monocot" characteristics such as ... In addition, some monocots have dicot characteristics such as reticulated leaf veins. ...
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... to asking whether a chicken is a monocot or a dicot; it is neither. ... Oaks, maples, and sycamore are all dicot trees, but they do not produce obvious flowers. ...
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Note the ringed array of vascular bundles in this dicot stem (Medicago) ... Cross-section of a dicot root. ... Monocot (left) and dicot (right) flowers. ...
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dicotyledon also dicot ( ) n. A flowering plant with two embryonic seed leaves or cotyledons that usually appear at germination
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Note: click on a word meaning below to see its connections and related words. The noun dicot has one meaning: Meaning #1 : flowering plant with two
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Information about dicot in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. dicots ... `The dicot grasses are coming through on the trail,'' she said about ...
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Information about dicot genus in the free ... dilleniid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced ... rosid dicot genus - a genus of ...
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Dicot - Definition of Dicot at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary with ... dicot ... Learn more about dicot with a free trial on Britannica.com. ...
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A number of floral and vegetative features of dicots... Oak : characteristics of oak trees: angiosperm dicot broadleaf tree ... Monocots vs. Dicots ...
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Dicot seeds contain two coytledons, which absorb and store the nutrients from ... Flower; Seed; Dicots; Monocots. Available exclusively through Encarta ...
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Overview of the major families of the class Dicotylodonea (broad-leaved plants) ... Dicot plants range from tiny plants to tremendous trees; fleshy succulents to ...
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Definition and other additional information on Dicot from Biology-Online.org dictionary. ... sized cells in monocots/dicots ... Woody Dicot Question ? ...
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DICOT: FAQ, related information and entries from the AudioEnglish.net Free Dictionary. ... 6. What does ASTERID DICOT GENUS mean? definition ...
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Monocot & dicot leaves ... Dicots include nearly all our trees, bushes, ... Dicot leaves are usually net-veined, as in the close-up of the veins in a wild ...
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Monocots and dicots are the two broad groups of flowering plants (Division Magnoliophyta) ... In dicot stems, the phloem and xylem are in rings around each other. ...
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Monocot or Dicot? A self-examination. It is said that the Monocot-Dicot differences are predictive and ... This is bloodroot, Sanguinaria canadensis, a dicot. ...
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