Typical eudicot roots of a Ranunculus, 12 μm microscope slide (photo credit:

A flowering plant that has two seed leaves, or cotyledons, including many plants formerly described as “dicots.”

Most eudicots have large leaves with branching veins and the floral parts, such as petals and sepals, arranged in groups of multiples of four or five.

See also Monocot/monocotyledon.