PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL PLANT MONOCOTS AND DICOTS IN SERDANG MENANG VILLAGE, SIRAH PULAU PADANG SUB-DISTRICT, OGAN KOMERING ILIR DISTRICT.

Abstract

Dicotyledonous plant is a plant that has the characteristic that transporter tissue files are in a loop, while monocot plants are plants that have the characteristic that the tissue transporter beam spread. Morphological differences between plants dicots and monocots can be seen from the roots, stems, leaves and flowers. Dicotyledonous plants rooted riding, rod cambium, pinnate leaves and flower jewelry section consisting of 2, 4, 5 or multiples thereof. Monocot fibrous roots, stems not cambium, leaves curved, parallel, flower jewelry section consists of 3 or multiples thereof. The research was conducted on Sunday, May 15, 2016, in the Serdang Menang village, Sirah Pulau Padang, Ogan Komering Ilir. Tools and materials used are stationery and notepads. Number of dicotyledonous plants located in the village of Serdang Menang totaling 94 species, while the monocot plants totaling 30 species were found. Total comparison 75, 8% (plants dikotil) and 24, 2% (plants monocots).

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