Question: Are fruit trees considered monocots or dicots?
Quick Answer: Taxonomists classify all trees, including fruit trees, as dicots.
Why Are Fruit Trees Considered Dicots?
Scientists deem all fruit trees dicots because they have ringed vascularization patterns (growth rings), two embryonic leaves, and root systems with a central taproot. The one possible exception to this is fruit-bearing palms, but botanists classify these as grasses rather than trees.
Dicots Similar to Fruit Trees
- Almond Trees
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