Mammoth Memory

Examples of dicotyledons


Image of a sunflower is defined as a dicot because of its web like pattern in its leaves 

One factor that immediately identifies the sunflower as a dicot is the web-like pattern formed by its leaf veins.


Image of a dandelion that has a web like structure of veins in its leaves which defines a dicot

Again, web-like veins in the leaves shows the common dandelion to be dicot.

Horse chestnut tree (conker tree)

mage of a horse chestnut tree has web like veins in its leaves which defines a dicot but also has embryonic leaves in its seed

The horse chestnut (the conker tree) is a dicot – it has two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in its seed (the “conker”), and the leaf veins form a web pattern.

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