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In fact, monocots differ from dicots in four structural features: their leaves, stems, roots and flowers. Within the seed lies the plant's embryo; it is here that the first difference between the two types can be seen. Whereas monocots have one cotyledon (vein), dicots have two.
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Monocotyledon, the embryo posses single cotyledon, in terms of leaf venation the leaf shows parallel.
example: corn 
Dicotyledon, the embryo posses two cotyledon, in terms of leaf venation, the leaf shows reticulate venation. 
example: orchids
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