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(dī-kot'il-ē'don),
Plant (shrub, herb, or tree) with seeds that consist of two cotyledons, that is, the primary or rudimentary leaf of the embryo of seed plants.
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Fig. 131 Dicotyledon . The differences between dicotyledons and monocotyledons.

dicotyledon

any flowering plant of the subclass Dicotyledonae, class Angiospermae. Other ANGIOSPERMS belong to the subclass Monocotyledonae (see MONOCOTYLEDON). See figs. 131 and 171 .
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In the monocotyledons, the term etagen/storied relates to the arrangement of cells of the lateral meristem (etagen meristem) and the cork tissue (storied cork) as visible in transverse plane (Cheadle, 1937; Rudall, 1991; Donoghue, 2005; Evert, 2006; Verma & Khosa, 2012), while in the dicotyledons, it refers to the stratified arrangement of cells of the vascular cambium (Fig.
Classification (taxonomic) Kingdom Plantae, plants Sub kingdom Tracheobionta, vascular plants Super division Spermatophyta, seed plants Division Magnoliophyta, flowering plants Class Magnoliopsida, dicotyledons Sub class Asteridae Order Solanales Family Convulvulaceae Genus Convolvulus Species pluricaulis
Acetosyringone is a phenolic compound which is secreted from the wounded tissues of dicotyledons.
However, here a problem arises since the CaMV 35S is not a universal promoter and in monocotyledons, a relatively lower level of gene expression occurred compared to dicotyledons (Dixon et al.
Parts two and three deal with orders and families of monocotyledons and dicotyledons, with b&w photographs, diagrams and sections for each.
Wood anatomy of the dicotyledons indigenous to New Zealand.
2003), "herbicide-binding cooperativity to the ACCase is the only kinetic property that differentiates naturally" or in "selected insensitive ACCases [found in other monocotyledons, dicotyledons, or other species such as bacteria and animals] from the typical sensitive [isoform] found in grasses.
Typical plants used to indicate biotoxicity include a range of monocotyledons and dicotyledons.
Tension wood is formed by woody dicotyledons to generate the force necessary for reorientation of branches and stems following gravistimulation or loss of apical dominance.
This procedure is limited to those plants, mostly dicotyledons (thus not the major cereal crops), that the bacterium can infect.
3+]) to bivalent that occurs through the proton leakage (This strategy can be found in other monocotyledon and dicotyledons plants) [25].
The non-taxonomic group of taxa with phytotelmata is represented by members of at least 29 plant families (Fish 1983), mostly monocotyledons, but some dicotyledons can form treeholes.