Question: Are mangroves considered monocots or dicots?
Quick Answer: Taxonomists classify mangroves as dicots.
Why Are Mangroves Considered Dicots?
Mangroves are considered dicots despite having unique root and vascular systems because they meet the primary criteria of the category. That is, their seeds contain two embryonic leaves rather than one.
Dicots Similar to Mangroves
- Chestnut tree
- Quacking Aspen
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