Science Wonders

This is by Riley Kocher, Miranda Smith, & Brianna Weldon

Monocot & Dicot

Monocot and dicot elements are very different. These are different because they have different groups. These groups are of the leaves, seeds, roots, stems, and the flowers. For the monocot, the leave's veins are parallel. The dicot's leaves are reticulated. For the seeds of the two, the monocot has one seeds however, the dicot has two seeds. The monocot roots grow randomly into the ground, but the dicots roots grow straight up and down and spreads out. The stems flow the dicot are vascular bundles that grow scattered, however the monocots stems are vascular bundles that grow in a ring. The dicot flowers grow in multiples of three and the monocot's flowers grow in multiples of three and four.