In this regard, is a corn a monocot or dicot?
(Not all dicots' seed leaves emerge during germination; for example, peas are dicots, but the pea cotyledons remain underground.) Corn is an example of a monocot. Corn seed has one cotyledon and can't readily be split. Familiar monocots include grasses, corn, irises, palms, and lilies.
Considering this, is gram a dicot or Monocotyledon seed?
Gram seeds are dicot. The most obvious difference between the gram and maize seeds is the number of embryo leaves, called cotyledons. Mono- means "one," and that is how many embryo leaves monocot maize seeds have. Di- means "two," and that is how many embryo leaves dicot gram seeds have.
Kidney bean is a dicotyledonous plant belonging to the family Fabaceae( leguinosae ) and subfamily papilionatae. It's scientific name is Phaseolus vulgaris. It bears a tat root ( roots have nodules which contain nitrogen fixing bacteria. ) and leaves are compound.