Q 1.What is the difference between notochords and dicots?Give 2 differences and eg. for each

Asked by kishor.kp14 | 10th Sep, 2019, 04:35: PM

Expert Answer:

If you mean monocots instead of notochord, please find the differences between monocots and dicots below:

MONOCOTS

DICOTS

  • Plants with the seed having only one cotyledon are called monocots.
  • Plants with the seed having two cotyledons are called dicots.
  • Contains one cotyledon.
  • Contains two cotyledons.
  • The flower parts are present in multiples of three.
  • The flower parts are present in multiples of four or five.
  • The venation of the leaf is parallel.
  • There is the net-like or intersecting type of venation present in the leaf.
  • Leaves are dorsiventral.
  • Leaves are isobilateral.
  • Adventitious or fibrous roots
  • Radicle or tap roots
  • Vascular bundles in stems are scattered throughout.
  • Vascular bundles in stems are arranged in a ring-like pattern.
  • Examples: Sugarcane, wheat, rice.
  • Examples: Mint, tomato, pea.
 

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 10th Sep, 2019, 07:18: PM