Modem authors share similar monocotyledon and dicotyledon
classifications at the family level and above.
dry mater supply decreased (p < 0.10) progressively from July (66.1 kg DM 100 [kg.sup.-1] LV [day.sup.-1]) to August-September and October (16.5 kg DM 100 [kg.sup.-1] LW [day.sup.-1]).
Ecology of Sydney plant species Part 3: dicotyledon
families Cabombaceae to Eupomatiaceae.
As regards to purpose of experiment, that was finding NLP phytotoxins in 4 isolated of pest-stricken pea plants from province of Lorestan and since obtained phytotoxins were active just on dicotyledon
plants, Act extracellular, caused rapid activate of defense cell response and leads cell to necrotic and death (Garcia et al.
Bibliography of systematic wood anatomy of dicotyledons
. IAWA Journal, Supplement 1: 1-265.
Although there is no consensus concerning the precise phylogenetic position of the monocots within the angiosperms (Angiosperm Phylogeny Group (APG), 2003), most studies suggest that the monocots are diverged from a common ancestor with a basal dicotyledon
Exogenous application of SA improved plant tolerance to heat (Dat et al., 1998), chilling (Janda et al., 1999), and salt stress (Borsani et al., 2001) in dicotyledons
. Application of SA has recently been reported to increase heat tolerance in creeping bentgrass (Agrostis palustris Huds.) (Larkindale and Huang, 2004) and tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreb.) seedlings (He et al., 2002).
Root-stem junctions of a desert monocotyledon and a dicotyledon
: hydraulic consequences under wet conditions and during drought New Phytologist 121:377-385
271 species in 34 dicotyledon
and seven monocotyledon families are host of TSWV (Edwarson & Christie 1986).
Vessel grouping in dicotyledon
wood: significance and relationship to imperforate tracheary elements.
The triarchy observed in Chamaesyce and Euphorbia species seem to be slightly frequent in dicotyledon
according to the author.