Question: Are Beans And Radishes considered monocots or dicots?
Quick Answer: Beans And radishes are dicots.
Why Are Beans And Radishes Considered Dicots?
Beans and radishes are dicots because their seeds contain two embryonic leaves (cotyledon). Other characteristics common to the category are having taproots, large leaf veins, and exposed middle stems.
Dicots Similar to Beans And Radishes
- Bell pepper
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