bio assignment 7

bio assignment 7 - common bean splits into two halves and...

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Name: ______________________________________ Date Due: October 30th Class Assignment VII Bio 105 Fall 07 (10 Points) – Compare and contrast – give examples if you would like or draw differences between Monocots and Eudicots (dicots) Both dicot and monocot seeds both contain an embryonic root, embryonic shoot, and embryonic leaf as well as a seed coat and a cotyledon. However the dicot seed, such as a
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Unformatted text preview: common bean splits into two halves and it has two cotyledons and two embryonic leaves. When fully grown the dicot plant has a primary root and a secondary root. The monocot seed, such as a corn kernel has only one cotyledon and one embryonic leaf and in addition it has fruit tissue, an endosperm and a sheath....
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