Monocot

Stop, monocots are plants that are the opposite of diacots. ...
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monocot

[n] - a monocotyledonous flowering plant
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monocot

monocotyledon noun a monocotyledonous flowering plant; the stem grows by deposits on its inside
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monocot

A class of angiosperms in which the seeds
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Monocot

a monocotyledonous plant. differs from dicots by having a single, not double, cotyledon in the seed. The Orchidaceae is a member of this group called Angiosperms which include Palmae and Amaryllidaceae.
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Monocot

a monocotyledonous plant. differs from dicots by having a single, not double, cotyledon in the seed. The Orchidaceae is a member of this group called Angiosperms which include Palmae and Amaryllidaceae.
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monocot

A subclass of Angiosperm plants based on anatomical characteristics. They tend to have: Narrow leaves One cotyledonParallel veins in the leaves Flower parts are usually in multiples of threes A scattered arrangement of primary vascular bundles in the stem Fibrous root system Compare: dicot ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Monocot

or monocotyledon, flowering plants that have embryos with only one cotyledon.
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monocot

Seeds that have one cotyledon.
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