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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- Fall '07
- Plant morphology, embryonic leaf, embryonic root