monocotyledonous


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monocotyledonous

said of plants the seeds of which have only one cotyledon.
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The nucleotidesequence of the infectious cloned DNA component of Tobacco yellow dwarf virus reveals features of geminiviruses infecting monocotyledonous plants.
42 in sub plots of eradication of monocotyledonous weeds (EMW) followed by eradication dicotyledonous weeds (EDW) 10.
grasses and, in general, all monocotyledonous present great resistance to Agrobacterium, which is why this method is highly unviable in a vast group of plants of economic importance.
Monocotyledonous tissues, in general, are characterized by slow growth and sometimes are recalcitrant to growth hormones in culture media.
Caryophyllaceae) samples, and, other than on Eleusine indica, this thrips species has not been found on any monocotyledonous weed during this research (Table 2).
The objective of this study was to test the allelopathic activity of Passiflora incarnata extracts against the monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous test species Hordeum vulgare and Raphanus sativus.
Monocotyledonous plants, such as grasses, and dicotyledonous ones, such as alfalfa, have lignin-type compounds within the secondary walls and middle lamella of cell walls.
In particular, this study highlights the possible benefits of the use of monocotyledonous plants as opposed to leguminous dicotyledonous plants as a source of organic amendment for subsoil amelioration.
However, eelgrass is actually not a grass-it is in the same Class grouping as other monocotyledonous plants, but it then branches into strictly aquatic plant groups at lower taxonomic levels:
For example, Ephedra foliata is noted as one of three monocotyledonous plants in the book (it is a gymnosperm, not a flowering plant).
22%) were dominant over 7 monocotyledonous families with 17 species (37.