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Dicot/Monocot Root Anatomy

Dicot/Monocot Root Anatomy The figure shown below is a cross section of the herbaceous dicot root Ranunculus . The vascular tissue is in the very center of the root.


In general, monocot leaves are parallel-veined while dicot leaves are net-veined. Monocots generally have flower parts in groups of three or multiples of three while dicots have flower parts in fours, fives, or occasionally twos (or multiples thereof).

Dicot and Monocot Leaves

Dicot and Monocot Leaves Angiosperm leaves have many shapes and sizes (see Photographic Atlas of Plant Anatomy by Curtis, Lersten and Nowak, Leaf External Morphology -http://botweb.uwsp.edu/anatomy/ ).

Plant Structures: Stems - Colorado State University Extension

In woody dicot plants, the rings grow to make a complete ring around the stem. Xylem growth makes the “annual rings” used to tell a tree’s age.

Biology 102 Laboratory Exercise 3 Plant Anatomy

Distinguish the Monocot from the Dicot based on the arrangement of the vascular tissue 5. Identify the microscopic structures that constitute the root system of a Monocot and a Dicot.

I. What tissue occupies the center of the stem?

Sec__Name: Experiment: Monocot&Dicot Stems (B. Science 10-P-22) Purpose: To study the structure of a woody dicot stem and a monocot stem, then to compare the structures of the monocot and dicot stems.

Lab on Internal Structures of Monocot and Dicot Stems

Lab on Internal Structures of Monocot and Dicot Stems PURPOSE: To compare and contrast the internal organization of monocot and dicot stems. Hypothesis : none Variables : different prepared slides.

Date of the monocot-dicot divergence estimated from ...

Proc. Nati. Acad. Sci. USA Vol. 86, pp. 6201-6205, August 1989 Evolution Date of the monocot-dicot divergence estimated from chloroplast DNA sequencedata (age of angiosperms/phylogeny of cereals/molecular dock) KENNETHH.

A. P. Biology Lab Plant Tissues and Organs

A. P. Biology Lab Plant Tissues and Organs Purpose : Compare and contrast the structures of monocot and dicot leaves. Materials : Prepared slides of Zea mays leaves (monocot), Lingustrum leaves (dicot), Zea stem (monocot), Helianthus stem (dicot), Zea root (monocot), Ranuculus root (dicot), live ...

Dissect a Seed

They may work alone or with a partner. Have students use pictures and create a display of foods that come from dicot seeds and monocot seeds. • • • • • •