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  How to distinguish a monocot from a dicot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
While it is generally easy to distinguish most dicots and monocots from one another, the basis for the split in classification is a characteristic of the developing embryo, a feature that is no longer observable on the adult plant unless one can access the internal structure of a seed.
In dicot roots, there is a single, X-shaped mass of xylem at the centre, with phloem between the arms of the X. Throughout the whole plant, monocots have more vascular tissue than dicots of similar size.
Dicot leaves have a branching vein network, rather like a feather, but can also be palmate.
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 How to distinguish a monocot from a dicot - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Despite a pine's stem structure resemblance to dicots, it is neither a dicot nor a monocot.
The veins in monocot leaves are usually parallel, although palmate (arising from a common point at the base of the leaf) vein patterns are common.
Dicot leaves have a branching pinnate vein network, rather like a feather, but can also be palmate.
www.open-encyclopedia.com /How_to_distinguish_a_monocot_from_a_dicot   (502 words)

  
 DMS - Journal Entries 7th Science
The vascular tissue in monocots are scattered; however, in dicots the vascular tissues are in a circle.
All dicots have two seed leaves or cotyledons, and like the monocots the dicots store their food for when they are young.
The tulip is a monocot and the daisy is a dicot.
www.gwinnett.k12.ga.us /DuluthMS/StudentWork/7thScience.html   (1079 words)

  
 BOT201SecGrowLab
Dicot leaves tend to have a thick midrib and a thin Lamina.
Dicots have one ring of Vascular Bundles in the outer region of the stem.
Dicot Roots have a central core of Primary Xylem that is star-shaped.
www.botany.hawaii.edu /faculty/webb/BOT201/Angiosperm/MagnoliophytaLab99/MagnoliosidaLab.htm   (1358 words)

  
 How to distinguish a monocot from a dicot
In monocot stems[?], the vascular tissue, the phloem and xylem are in bundles scattered throughout the stem, and they usually lack a vascular cambium.
Dicot leaves have a branching vein network, rather like a feather or river delta.
In dicots, roots grow from the apical meristem, and are often centered around a tap root[?].
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 Monocots vs. Dicots
It is now believed that some of the dicots are more closely related to monocots than to the other dicots, and that the angiosperms do not all fit neatly into two clades.
Dicot flowers on the other hand, tend to have parts in multiples of four or five (four, five, ten, etc.).
These bundles are arranged within the stem of dicots to form a cylinder, appearing as a ring of spots when you cut across the stem.
www.ucmp.berkeley.edu /glossary/gloss8/monocotdicot.html   (1170 words)

  
 SLIDESHOW
Dicots have flower parts in multiples of four or five.
In dicots, the vascular bundles are the network of veins in the leaves.
In monocots, vascular tissues are arranged as bundles scattered throughout the stem.
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 Plant Structure II
Dicot stems have bundles in a ring surrounding parenchyma cells in a pith region.
Dicot roots have their xylem in the center of the root and phloem outside the xylem.
Monocot secondary growth differs from dicot secondary growth in that new bundles are formed at the edge of the stem.
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 * Dicot - (Gardening): Definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Dicot - also dicotyledon; flowering plants with embryos that have two cotyledons.
Seeds are enclosed in a dry or fleshy fruit that develops from the ovary within the flower.
I spoke about dicots and monocots, and we pretended to be roots, sucking up water through straws...
www.bestknows.com /gardening/dicot.html   (301 words)

  
 Block 4
This plant is a dicot, with its 4 petals, pinnate, wide leaves.
The Disco Dicot is a meter and a half tall.
The Mini Bus plant is a dicot, the height of the stem is 84 centimeters.
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 Monocots & Dicots
Cut across a dicot's stem, and the vascular bundles inside are arranged in concentric rings.
The vast majority of trees are dicots, and tree rings are such concentric rings.
When a dicot's seed sprouts, the seedling raises two leaves, or cotyledons, above the ground, with the future stem arising between them.
www.backyardnature.net /monodico.htm   (517 words)

  
 Olympus MIC-D: Brightfield Gallery - Dicot Leaf Epidermis
The dicot plant genus Sedum includes several hundred species, which are generally classified as succulents, and which have thick leaves able to withstand a drought.
The vein patterns exhibited by leaves are important in distinguishing between monocots and dicots.
In general, dicot leaves have either a pinnate or palmate vein pattern with netted veins and a large mid-vein, whereas monocot leaves usually have parallel veins.
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 dicot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The properties of the 6 desaturase/acetylenase from the moss Ceratodon purpureus and the 12 acetylenase from the dicot Crepis alpina were studied by expressing...
Dicot leaves, by comparison, generally have veins with a branching pattern.
Most monocots are unable to form wood in the same way that a conifer or woody dicot can.
www.biometnews.com /biotechnology/dicot.html   (73 words)

  
 How-to: How to distinguish a monocot from a dicot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Stem In monocot stems, the vascular tissue, the phloem and xylem are in bundles scattered throughout the stem, and they usually lack a vascular cambium.
Despite a pine's stem structure resemblance to dicot, it is not a dicot.
Leaf The veins in monocot leaves are usually parallel, although palmate (arising from a common point at the base of the leaf) vein patterns are common.
www.theparentingsearch.com /How-to/Monocot_from_a_dicot.shtml   (445 words)

  
 Anatomy
Herbaceous Dicots: On most herbaceous Dicot plants that have the capacity to grow and branch continuously (indeterminate growth), there is a terminal bud containing an apical meristem at the tip of each shoot.
Before leaving the dicot stem x.s., notice there may be chloroplasts in the outer cortical cells.
As in the dicot stem, the xylem is located on the interior half of the bundle and the phloem on the exterior half.
arnica.csustan.edu /carosella/Boty1052/leafanatomy.htm   (1304 words)

  
 How to distinguish a monocot from a dicot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 Fullerton Arboretum - Monocot/Dicot Stems
To differentiate and recognize monocot and dicot angiosperms by their stems as well as their root systems.
You can identify monocot or dicot angiosperms by their stems.
If a plant has dicot seeds, the vascular bundles in the stem will be arranged in a ring.
arboretum.fullerton.edu /grow/monodicot.asp   (190 words)

  
 How to distinguish a monocot from a dicot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The simplest difference, and one that seems almost trivial, is the number of cotyledons[?] that these flowers have; monocots, as their name suggests, have one seed leaf.
Do not fall into the trap of thinking that a pine is a dicot because of its stem structure.
It uses material from the wikipedia article How to distinguish a monocot from a dicot.
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 How to distinguish a monocot from a dicot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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How to distinguish a monocot from a dicot Monocots and dicots are the two broad groups of flowering plants (Division Magnoliophyta).
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - dicot
Dicots, popular name for dicotyledons, one of the two large groups of flowering plants.
Angiosperms are flowering plants in which the ovule, or seed, is encased in a...
Macadamia, genus of about nine species of trees of the dicot (Dicots) order, native to Australia and eastern Malaysia.
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 how to distinguish a monocot from a dicot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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For this reason there are very few monocot trees (palmss being an important exception).
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 HSTA Materials
Dicots are familiar to you as food seeds.Some of those are peas, beans, peanuts, apples and tomatoes.
There is ample food stored in the fleshy seed leaves to nourish the new plant until its roots and true leaves are established.
Easy dicot seeds to examine are beans, such as lima or kidney beans.
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 Monsanto Wins Key Patent Dispute Regarding Dicot Plant Transformation
The decision by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office that Monsanto's scientists were the first to invent this important discovery ends a 12-year patent interference dispute with the Max Planck Institute and other parties.
The decision, issued yesterday by U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, recounts the basis for finding that Monsanto was the first company to invent agrobacterium transformation in dicot plants, which eventually gave farmers the choice to use biotech crops on their farms.
Monsanto's Bollgard insect-protected cotton was developed using agrobacterium transformation for dicot crops.
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 Monocotdicotselftest
In this instance, it is going to be the leaves that tell you if this is a monocot or dicot.
This is a Clematis, and it belongs to the buttercup family, (Ranunculaceae) which notoriously has petal numbers that never always remain within the dicot definition.
This is a dicot, and the netted venation of the leaves will bear this out.
www.bridgewater.edu /~lhill/Monocotordicot.htm   (574 words)

  
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 Natural Perspective: Dicots (Class Dicotyledoneae)
Dicot plants range from tiny plants to tremendous trees; fleshy succulents to delicate herbs that dry out almost as soon as they're picked; large and complex flower heads to tiny flowers that barely deserve the name; annuals and perenials; deciduous and evergreen.
Around 300 families of flowering plants are currently identified as Dicots.
Roses themselves, of course, are cherished for their beauty, whether in a garden or a boquet.
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 Rye Dicot in directory.co.uk
dicot or monocot is Zea mays, wheat, rice, sorghum, barley, oat, lawn grass,
The plants that we grow in the fields around the farm can be grouped into two categories: monocotyledons (monocots) and dicotyledons (dicots).
dicot seed that has been germinated and opened to show structures...
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 dicot jobs in directory.co.uk
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