monocotyledonous


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monocotyledonous

said of plants the seeds of which have only one cotyledon.
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As it occurs in other monocotyledonous plants, these buds are still under hormonal and environmental control (Shimamoto & Kyozuka, 2002; McSteen, 2009).
Stemona alkaloids represent a typical chemical character of the small monocotyledonous family Stemonaceae, and are not found in any other plant family (Schinnerl et al.
Monocotyledonous species, such as ryegrass and barley, tend to absorb lower quantities of Cd (Bingham et al.
It takes only one application to the seed of monocotyledonous crops such as wheat, rice, maize, teff, and sorghum to increase overall basic food production in any country where it is needed," he explained.
is a monocotyledonous plant of the Gramineae family and of the Triticeae tribe and belongs to the genus Triticum.
Dioscoreaceae In the most recent revision, four genera were recognized in this monocotyledonous family (Caddick et al.
The monocotyledonous family Eriocaulaceae grows wild primarily in Brazil, but also in other South American countries, Central America and Africa.
With our new GENEWARE monocot vectors, we can now directly determine gene function in the commercially important monocotyledonous plants (cereals) via systemic overexpression or gene silencing," said Dr.
a monocotyledonous and dioecious species belonging to the Palmaceae family, is widely cultivated in arid regions of the Middle East and North Africa [1].
Relative rates of nucleotide substitution at the rbcL locus of the monocotyledonous plants.
On the other hand, given that the genus Colchicum is a member of the Liliaceae, the distribution of colchicine in other members of the same evolutionary advanced monocotyledonous family in the same order (Liliales) and same division (Angiosperm) is not unexpected on chemotaxonomic grounds.
Differential effects of elevated ultraviolet-B radiation on the photochemical and reproductive performances of dicotyledonous and monocotyledonous arid-environment ephemerals.