Standards based rap about Monocots-Dicots and Germination
Seed parts and the process of germination.
A seed with one food storage area is called a monocotyledon, or monocot.
â€¢ Flowers of monocots have either three petals or multiples of three.
â€¢ The leaves of monocots are long and slender with veins that are parallel to each other.
â€¢ The vascular tube structures are usually scattered randomly throughout the stem.
â€¢ Examples-include grass, corn, rice, lilies, and tulips.
â€¢ A seed with two food storage areas is called a dicotyledon, or dicot.
â€¢ Flowers of dicots have either four or five petals or multiples of these numbers.
â€¢ The leaves are usually wide with branching veins.
â€¢ The vascular tube structures are arranged in circular bundles.
â€¢ Examples- roses, dandelions, maple, and oak trees.