(short for dicotyledon) [Gr. di: two + kotyledon: a hollow space] • This term, not used in this book, formerly referred to all angiosperms other than the monocots. (See eudicot, monocot.)
A flowering plant (angiosperm) that possesses two cotyledons during embryonic development. Usually has taproots, flower parts in multiples of fours and fives, and branching veins in leaves.
A flowering plant that has 2 cotyledons in the embryo. The bean seed is a dicot. It has two special structures called cotyledons which are part of the embryo.
A plant with two cotyledons or seed leaves; a broadleaf plant with net-like venation.
(dicotyledon) a flowering plant with two seed leaves; flowering plants characterized by having embryos with two cotyledons, net-veined leaves, flower parts in fours or fives, and the presence of cambium
a subdivision of flowering plants whose members possess two embryonic seed leaves, or cotyledons; ex: bean plant
In flowering plants, plants that produces two seed leaves.
An angiosperm with two cotyledons
A plant with two cotyledons or seed leaves. Dicots are also called broadleaves and usually have leaf veins in a netlike pattern and a tap root.
The group of plants in which germinating seedlings have two cotyledon leaves, for example, beans.
flowering plant with two cotyledons; the stem grows by deposit on its outside
Short for "Dicotyledon" , this means a plant with complex veined leaves
One of the two large groups of flowering plants distinguished by the presence of of two seed leaves or cotyledons
A plant of the angiosperm group having two cotyledons.
(dicotyledon) - A plant that has two seed leaves or cotyledons. Generally includes broadleaf plants.
the larger of the two classes of angiosperms characterized by having two cotyledons, floral parts that occur in multiples of four or five, and net-veined leaves. Examples of dicots are maple trees and tomato plants.
A plant that has two seed leaves or " cotyledons". See Seed Starting: Germination
A dicot (Class Magnoliopsida) is a type of flowering plant (an angiosperm) whose seed has two embryonic leaves ( cotyledons). The leaf veins are usually net-like (and not parallel). Taproots are often present. Beans and peas are examples of dicots.