Reticulate and parallel venations are characteristic monocotyledons and dicotyledons.
Reticulate and parallel venation refers to the process of vein formation on the leaf is known as venation.
Reticulate venation – Reticulate venation includes irregular vein arrangements for the creation of a network. Examples of reticulate venations are-Hibiscus, papaya, leaves of Tulsi, Coriander, China Rose, Mangifera,
Parallel venation – Parallel venation means that the veins run parallel to each other.
Examples of parallel venations are- Grains, Musa, Grass, Oryza, banana, canna, maize.
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