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Monocot leaves have their

Monocot leaves have their - lily Lilium Dicots have their...

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Monocot leaves have their leaf veins arranged parallel to each other and the long axis of the leaf (parallel vennation). An common example of this is the husk of corn or a blade of grass (both are monocots). Dicot leaves have an anastamosing network of veins arising from a mid-vein termed net vennation. Examples of dicot leaves include maples, oaks, geraniums, and dandelions. Monocots have their flower parts in threes or multiples of three; example the tulip and
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Unformatted text preview: lily ( Lilium ). Dicots have their flower parts in fours (or multiples) or fives (or multiples). Examples of some common dicot flowers include the geranium, snapdragon, and citrus. Monocot (left) and dicot (right) flowers. Note the typical monocot arrangement of flower parts in 3's or multiples of 3. Lilium flower. Note the dicot florap part array of flower parts in four or multiples of four on this flower of Sanguinaria canadensis ....
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