I am trying to understand the difference between a typical dicot flower and a typical monocot flower. I've been searching for a simple to understand drawing that labels the sepal, stamen, pistil (dicot) and also a drawing that labels the typical monocot flower that labels the tepals, stamen, and pistil.
This is an excellant site for a full description of the difference between monocots and dicots:
The big difference between the two flowers are that monocots have flower petals in multiples of three, whereas dicots have them in multiples of four or ...
This solution has three pictures of typical flowers with the relevant sections highlighted. The pictures and accompanying text are presented in a one page format making for a good study guide to outline the differences between monocots and dicots.