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Angiosperms PA Standards 3.3.7A, 4.7.7A
Angiosperms 1) “Flowering Plants”
Angiosperms 2) Produce seeds inside a fruit.
Angiosperms 3) The two main types of angiosperms are based on the number of cotyledons (the part of the seed that stores FOOD). Monocots – one cotyledon Dicots – two cotyledons
MonocotsDicots 1) Have flower parts in threes 1) Have flower parts in fours or fives
MonocotsDicots 2) Narrow leaves with parallel veins 2) Broad leaves with branched veins
MonocotsDicots 3) Vascular tissue (vessels) scattered throughout the stem. 3) Vascular tissue in a ring.
MonocotsDicots 4) Seeds have one seed leaf 4) Seeds have two seed leaves
Monocot Examples Corn Palms Lilies Daffodils Wheat Grasses
Dicot Examples Oaks DandelionsMaples Beans Roses Tomatoes
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Monocots vs. Dicots Monocot seeds include grasses, such as corn and rye, and grains such as wheat and rice. A monocot seed contains one cotyledon, or seed.
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Roots of Monocots have fibrous roots, which spread out in all directions. Dicots have “taproots”, one main root.
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