Question: Are apples considered monocots or dicots?
Quick Answer: Botanists consider apples to be dicots.
Why Are Apples Considered Dicots?
If you crack open an apple seed, you will discover that it splits neatly into two separate halves, each having a tiny embryonic leaf. That is the defining feature of a dicot; having more than one seed leaf.
Dicots Similar to Apples
- Almond trees
- Mango trees
- Pear trees
- Pomegranate trees
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