Embryo with single cotyledon Embryo with two cotyledons Pollen with single furrow or pore Pollen with three furrows or pores Flower parts in multiples of three Flower parts in multiples of four or five Major leaf veins parallel Major leaf veins reticulated Stem vacular bundles scattered Stem vascular bundles in a ring Roots are adventitious Roots develop from radicle Secondary growth absent Secondary growth often present I have found some may be it help u .
Difference between monocots and dicots:

1) Seeds of Monocots have single cotyledon (embryonic leaf in seed bearing plants)
    where, dicots have two cotyledon seeds
2) The roots of monocots are fibrous roots and the roots of dicots are taproot
3)  Monocot have parallel veins and dicots have branched veins
4) Flowers of monocots have floral parts which are often multiples of 3 and the   flowers of dicots have floral parts which are often multiples of 4 and 5 
5) Stems of monocots are Vascular bundles scattered in stems and stems of dicots are Vascular bundle arranged in ring in stem
6) Dicot have cambium and monocot doesnt posses cambium
7) Pollen grains in dicots are fallow, pits and have several pores but the pollen grains of monocots are smooth with single pores
8)  Monocots have no differentiated body structure such as stem,it  often occur from ground like in the case of grass, but dicots have well differentiated stems
9)Monocots are more strong and can withstand plants than dicots   
10) Most Monocots have only one part like grass but dicots have more than one part