What are the Classes of Angiosperms
Classes of Angiosperms
On the basis of cotyledons angiosperms are classified in two groups:
- i) Monocot seeds have a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf)
- ii) Endosperm is present in mature seeds.
iii) They are mostly herbaceous plants.
- iv) They are narrow leaves.
- v) Leaves have parallel veins.
- vi) Floral parts of most flowers usually occur in three or multiples of three.
vii) Their examples are grasses, cereals, onions and lilies etc.
- i) Dicot seeds have two cotyledons.
- ii) Endosperm is absent.
iii) Their leaves vary in shape.
- iv) Leaves have netted veins.
- v) Flower parts are four or five or multiples of 4 or 5.
- vi) Their examples are rose, peas, pulses, kikar, mango and sunflower etc.
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