Dicotyledonae- Magnoia virginiana 

The plants in the Class Dicotyledonae possess the traits opposite of those in Class Monocotyledonae.  The leaves have netted veins and the flower parts are usually in multiples of 4 or 5.  The organisms have cambium.  The plants have vascular bundles which are arranged in a cylinder in the stem, have seeds which contain two cotyledons, and are generally pollinated by animals.  Some are herbaceous and some are woody,

Examples of organisms in the Class Dicotyledonae include: flowering herbs, shrubs and trees.

Dicotyledonae- Lumnitzera littorea 

  1. Kingdom plantae. (2010). Retrieved from http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/sciences/botanicalsciences/majordivisions/KingdomPlantae/KingdomPlantae.htm 

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