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How Are Monocots Different from Each Other ? Explain Giving Examples. - Biology

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How are monocots different from each other? Explain giving examples.

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  Monocots   Dicots
The angiosperms whose seeds have only one part or cotyledon are called an monocots. 1 The angiosperms whose seeds have two parts 01 cotyledons are called dicots.
2 e.g. Wheat, maize. 2 e.g. Pea, bean
Concept: Five Kingdom Classification - Kingdom Plantae
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