Results obtained from this study indicate phytotoxic protein as a suitable candidate to control dicotyledon
weeds, therefore, can be used as a probable alternative to chemical herbicides.
Structural lines of specialization in the wood rays of dicotyledons
After collection, fresh plant biomass was sorted out in three categories (buffel grass, herbaceous dicotyledons
and other grasses), cut into pieces, stored in plastic bags and weighed.
Ecology of Sydney plant species Part 3: dicotyledon
families Cabombaceae to Eupomatiaceae.
Bailey (1956) registered that of the 99 dicotyledon
families studied, 77% of seedlings have an even number of traces at the cotyledonary node, and 60% of cotyledons have two independent traces related to a single gap.
Sieve-element plastids and evolution of monocotyledons with emphasis on Melanthiaceae sensu lato and Aristolochia-Asaroideae, a putative dicotyledon
NS) (a dicotyledon
of the Ranunculaceae family), commonly known as black seed or black cumin, is an annual plant that has been traditionally used for culinary and medicinal purposes as a natural remedy for a number of illnesses and conditions that include asthma, hypertensin, diabetes, inflammation, cough, bronchitis, headache, eczema, fever, dizziness and influenza.
An intensified study of an increasingly greater number of angiosperms and of novel, in part rather sophisticated, features, which commenced in the second half of the last century, revealed several character states present in both monocotyledons and Annonaceae, Aristolochiaceae, Piperaceae, and other dicotyledon
families belonging to the ranalean complex.
Results of Mantel tests among dicotyledon
classifications of modern authors have not been retained since the operational taxonomic units (OTUs; i.
Also, cytokinins are known for regulate several cellular processes, including the expansion of cotyledons into dicotyledons
(TAIZ & ZEIGER, 2013).
Anatomy of the dicotyledons
(leaves, stem, and wood in relation to taxonomy with notes on economic uses).
Tropical crops, Dicotyledons
, Longman London, pp: 430-435.