names of some plants having reticulate and parallel venation
venation refers to the arrangement of veins in leaves. The word parallel itself denotes that the veins are parallel to each other from base to tip.
The best example for parallel venation is banana.
Some of the monocotyledons like bajra,sorghum,maize,wheat ,rice, grasses, coconut,palm and then dicots like mango also the examples of parallel venation.
The answer is
The plants having reticulate venation are dicotyledons plants like maize,wheat and grass and the plants having parallel venation are monocotyledons plants like mango,banana and palm trees.
Regards from Anjishnu Pattanayak from Bhubaneswar,Odisha
The arrangement of veins on a leaf is called as a venation. There are two types of venation namely,
- Reticulate venation :- In this venation, veins are interconnected and form a web like network. Examples includes the leaves of tulsi, coriander and the china rose also known as the hibiscus.
- Parallel venation :- In this venation, the pattern in the veins of a leaf where the secondary veins run parallel to each other off of a central, perpendicular, primary vein. Examples includes maize, grass and wheat.