Monocots Verses Dicots Includes: Roses, oaks, sunflowers and most non-conifer trees. Includes: grass, lilies, orchids, and palm trees. Vascular tissue in rings Vascular Tissue Scattered Taproot System Fibrous root system Net-like leaf veins Parallel leaf veins Floral Parts in 4’s or 5’s Floral Parts in 3’s
In flowering plants the enlarged basal portion of a carpel or fused carpel containing the ovule or ovules. Ovary matures to become the fruit.
In seed plants a structure composed of a protective outer coat, a tissue specialized for food storage, and a female gametophyte with an egg cell. Becomes a seed after it is fertilized.
In seed plants, spore consisting of an immature male gametophyte and a protective outer covering.
A complex structure formed by the maturation of the ovule of seed plants following fertilization; upon germination a seed develops into a plant. Seed is made up of a seed coat, embryo and a food reserve.