Monocots: Seeds with one cotyledon, Dicots: Seeds with two cotyledons
Monocots: Seeds with two cotyledons, Dicots: Seeds with one cotyledon
Monocots: Leaves have parallel venation, Dicots: Leaves show reticulate venation
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The differences between monocots and dicots are: (i) Monocots- (a) Seeds with one cotyledon. (b) Leaves have parallel venation. (c) Root system-fibrous. (ii) Dicots- (a) Seeds with two cotyledons. (b) Leaves show reticulate venation. (c) Root system- taproot.