monocot vs eudicot
Just a few fun ways to remember some characteristics!
By the way, this is an update to our old illustration. Despite the term "dicots" still being used in many high school textbooks as a characteristic comparison to monocots, eudicots or "true dicots" is the updated term as dicots are a paraphyletic group, Thus, you can see the below image uses the term "Eudicots."
Find bacteria fascinating? Check out our YouTube Short with a few facts about bacteria set to a few verses of "Grace Kelly" by MIKA from the YouTube Shorts Library.
How do I navigate through the comics?
Comics are shown 3 at a time. Click "Previous" at bottom left of the last comic shown to see more OR search by topic by clicking on a topic underneath this Q&A box! Even when searching by topic, comics are still shown 3 at a time, so don't forget to click "previous" at bottom left of the last comic shown to see all comics for that topic.
Can I use your comics in my presentation or on social media?
You also have a webtoon?
Yes, it's still pretty new! We'd love it if you'd subscribe! Here's our Paramecium Parlor webtoon and here's our Amoeba Sisters Sisterhood webtoon.
Are any of these comics ever animated?
You mean like a GIF? We have GIFs that are very similar to how our comics are styled! Check out our GIF page!
Can I find these comics on merchandise (like shirts, posters, mugs, etc)?
We're so glad you asked! Our art is licensed to be on items in our Redbubble "store." Redbubble manufactures, sells, and ships items with our art on them. We make a percent margin on each order. Thank you for your support!
*Remember all comics are shown 3 at a time! Please click PREVIOUS at bottom of page to keep viewing.*
About This Page
This page features Petunia's science comics in a series called "Paramecium Parlor." Many are from our videos or GIFs! You can also find the webtoon for Paramecium Parlor here. If you would like to purchase our comics on posters, T-shirts, mugs, etc- check out our Redbubble store!