Question: Are peas considered monocots or dicots?
Quick Answer: Taxonomists classify peas as dicots.
Why are Peas Considered Dicots?
Peas are legumes, and like all members of this family, they are classified as dicots because their seeds have two embryonic leaves. Other features that help define them as dicots include woody stems, leaves with radiating veins, and a root system that grows from a central taproot.
Dicots Similar to Peas
- Green Beans
- Snap Beans
- Soy Beans
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