Question: Are beans considered monocots or dicots?
Quick Answer: Beans, like most legumes, are considered dicots.
Why Are Beans Considered Dicots?
Scientists classify beans as dicots because their seeds contain two cotyledons (starter leaves) that supply nutrition to the sprouted plant until true leaves can develop.
Dicots Similar to Beans
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