Definitions for "DICOTYLEDONS"
or dicots have two cotyledons or seed leaves. Dicots consist of broadleaf plants, lupines and most of the herbaceous and woody shrubs in Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
A class of plants characterised by having two seed-leaves, by the formation of new wood between the bark and the old wood (exogenous growth) and by the reticulation of the veins of the leaves. The parts of the flowers are generally in multiples of five. 53
or Dicots is the name given to flowering plants whose seed produces two embryonic leaves or cotyledon