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Seed Germination Lab. Biology 2 Mr. Beyer. Conditions for Germination. Parts of a Seed. External Seed. Internal Seed. Differences between Monocot and Dicot. Monocot. Dicot. Embryo with two cotyledons Pollen grain with three furrows or pores

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Seed germination lab

Seed Germination Lab

Biology 2

Mr. Beyer


Conditions for germination

Conditions for Germination


Parts of a seed

Parts of a Seed


External seed

External Seed


Internal seed

Internal Seed


Differences between monocot and dicot

Differences between Monocot and Dicot

Monocot

Dicot

Embryo with two cotyledons

Pollen grain with three furrows or pores

Flower parts in multiples of four or five

Major leaf veins arranged in net-like pattern

Stem vascular bundles are arranged in a ring

Root is a taproot system

Secondary growth is often present

  • Embryo with single cotyledon

  • Pollen grain with single furrow or pore

  • Flower parts in multiples of three

  • Major leaf veins are parallel to each other

  • Stem vascular bundles are scattered randomly

  • Root is a fibrous root system

  • Secondary growth is absent


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