What is the difference between Dicot Stem Anatomy and Monocot Stem Anatomy?

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Dicot Stem Anatomy:

1. In dicot stem the epidermal multicellular stem hairs are present.

2. Hypodermis present or absent; if present it is collenchymatous.

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3. Cortex is well differentiated.

4. Endodermis and pericycle layers are present.

4. Vascular bundles are arranged in a ring, they are conjoint, collateral, open and endarch.

6. Pith is distinct and centrally located.

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Monocot Stem Anatomy:

1. Usually stem hair are absent.

2. Hypodermic generally present and it is sclerenchymatous.

3. No cortex, the entire tissue below hyperdermis is ground tissue.

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4. No endodermis of pericylce.

5. Vascular bundles are scattered in the ground tissue. they are conjoint, collateral and closed.

6. Pith is not differentiated.

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