Is an apple a monocot or dicot?

Answer An apple is a dicot. Its seeds have two cotyledons, or two seed leaves. Most flowering plants are dicots. Monocots are simpler plants with three petals, compared to dicots, which have petals in fou... Read More »

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Is rye grass a monocot or dicot?

There are several types of rye grass, including giant rye grass, western rye grass, alkali rye grass and Australian rye grass. These all are monocots, as are all true members of the grass family.Re... Read More »

Are Purple Petunias Monocot or Dicot?

Botanists classify flowering plants, such as petunias, according to the number of leaves they first produce as seedlings. These first sets of leaves are called cotyledons, and they provide the plan... Read More »

Is millet seed monocot or dicot?

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