Flowering Plants: Structure and Organization. Unit 10: Plants. Flowering plants usually have three vegetative organs: the roots, the stem and the leaves. The roots are part of the root system; the stem and leaves are part of the shoot system.
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Unit 10: Plants
MONOCOTS the number of cotyledons, or seed leaves in the embryonic plant.