Distinguish between dicots and monocots

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Dicots : They are angiospermic (flowering) plants which are characterised by the presence of two cotyledons in the seed, generally have reticulate venation in leaves, concentric tissues in the stem with open vascular bundles arranged in a ring, penta or tetramerous flowers e.g., Pea, Rose, Eucalyptus, Mustard.

Monocots : They are angiospermic (flowering) plants which are characterised by the presence of a single cotyledon in the seed, generally parallel venation in the leaves, scattered closed vascular bundles in the stem and trimerous flowers, e.g., Banana, Cereals, Palms, Grasses