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monocotyledon

any flowering plant of the group Monocotyledonae. See DICOTYLEDON for comparative table (Fig. 131).
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Therefore, most monocotyledonous plant species being unresponsive to Agrobacterium-mediated transformation have been subjected to direct gene transfer techniques in monocots species.
Keywords Arecaceae * Branching * Commelinid monocots * Monocotyledons * Palmae * Palm phylogeny * Vegetative anatomy * Vegetative propagation
GV3101/pMP90 failed to give any transformant while EHA105 strain, typically used for monocot species, yielded (7.4 [+ or -] 1.8)% viable PLBs after protracted following hygromycin selection.
These species include five monocots (foxtail millet, maize, sorghum, Brachypodium, and rice) and ten dicots (Arabidopsis, sweet orange, Chinese cabbage, poplar, cotton, soybean, Medicago, tomato, Grandis, and grape).
(2009) reported similar result for a species considered less palatable to ruminants, when reported IVI = 115.81 and 84.9 for Aristida adscensionis (Poaceae, monocot), respectively in sites with less preserved vegetation submitted to grazing and more preserved vegetation grazed during part of the year, showing a trend of IVI decrease from a worse to a better environmental scenery.
Furthermore, they are broadly disseminated viruses infecting both monocots (e.g.
Comparative morphology of monocot pollen and evolutionary trends of apertures and wall structures.
In dicot plants internode distance and leaf size will be short and in monocot plants, corn especially, bands comes into the main nervure on both sides of leaves in zinc deficient condition.
Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner, 1808) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) is important polyphagous agricultural insect pest, highly mobile and has a worldwide distribution; inhabits diverse ecological habitats and is the most important insect pest occurring in the developing world that causes heavy yield losses of a diverse range of dicot and monocot crops (PRIYA et al., 2012).
Other developers that have been attracted to the region are KPIG on the Monocot Island development and Queen Leisure Ltd who have a number of land plots close to the up and coming Otres Beach.
sinensis and to investigate the phenotypes of the monocot crop overexpressing dicot phyB.
Scalps, a cauliflower-like structure, are actively proliferating meristems, derived from shoot tip culture and appear as a white bulbous structure and have been reported by several researchers in monocot plants, especially banana [41].