The first two leaves of a young bean plant are particularly thick and fleshy. They are called seed-leaves (cotyledons) and look quite different from the leaves that follow later. Do seed-leaves have any particular significance for the developing of a plant?
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Examine the significance of the seed-leaves (cotyledons).