Question: Are grasses considered monocots or dicots?
Quick Answer: Taxonomists classify grasses as monocots.
Why Are Grasses Considered Monocots?
Many factors make grasses monocots. Mainly it is because they have one cotyledon (seed leaf) that emerges when their seeds sprout. Grasses also have scattered vascular bundles, parallel venation, and their blooms usually occur in groups of three, six, or nine. All of these characteristics are typical of monocots.
Monocots Similar To Grasses
- Sugar Cane
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