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is it true if The flowering part in monocot plants are in multiples of threes
True. Monocot floral parts are in multiples of 3; dicots are based on 4's or 5's.
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User: is it true if The flowering part in monocot plants are in multiples of threes

Weegy: True. Monocot floral parts are in multiples of 3; dicots are based on 4's or 5's.
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User: is it true if Leaves attach to stems at nodes; the spaces between the nodes are internodes.

User: is it false that Leaves attach to stems at nodes; the spaces between the nodes are internodes.

User: is it true that Angiosperms (flowering plants) can be divided into two groups: the dicots and the tricots





Weegy: The answer is, Angiosperms are divided into two main groups: monocots and the more primitive dicots.





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