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A radish is a dicot, not a monocot. Dicots are flowering plants that begin life with two cotyledons or embryonic leaves, while monocots are plants that begin life with a single embryonic leaf. The term monocots covers al... More »

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Flowering plants are divided into two groups: monocots, which have embryos with one cotyledon, and dicots, which have embyros with two cotyledons. These two types of flowering plants also show morphological and structura... More »

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Examples of monocot seeds include garlic, onion, corn, wheat, asparagus, and orchids. Examples of dicot seeds include tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, beans, peas, clovers, apples and celery. More »

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Radish greens are edible, though some contain prickles that can make them unpleasant to eat raw. Cooking removes the hairs that make raw greens potentially unpalatable. Many Asian varieties have been developed specifical... More »

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Radish leaves are edible. Radish leaves can be added to a salad to provide an extra punch of peppery flavor, according to the BBC's Good Food website. More »

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The green tops of the radish plant are edible. They have a similar flavor to the radish root and can be eaten raw or cooked. Eating radish greens also helps reduce kitchen waste. More »

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A monocot seed has an embryo with a single cotyledon, and a dicot seed has an embryo with two cotyledons. Monocots have stem vascular systems with their bundles scattered, and dicots have their stem vascular systems with... More »

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