BotanyA typical monocotyledonous root is characterized by

 A typical monocotyledonous root is characterized by ____

  1. A
    usually four xylem bundles.
  2. B
    large and well developed pith.
  3. C
    formation of cork cambium
  4. D
    absence of pericycle

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    Solution:

    Roots of monocots have has epidermis, cortex, endodermis, pericycle, vascular bundles and pith. As compared to the dicot root which have fewer xylem bundles, there are usually more than six (polyarch) xylem bundles in the monocot root. Pith is large and well developed. Monocotyledonous roots do not undergo any secondary growth.

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