Leaves

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How do dicots differ from monocots in terms of leaf structure?

Hint:

Monocots have leaves with parallel venation, and dicots have leaves with reticulate, net-like venation.

Describe an example of a plant with leaves that are adapted to cold temperatures.

Hint:

Conifers such as spruce, fir, and pine have needle-shaped leaves with sunken stomata, helping to reduce water loss.