monocotyledon


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monocotyledon

any flowering plant of the group Monocotyledonae. See DICOTYLEDON for comparative table (Fig. 131).
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perenne, both monocotyledons. In experiments with OTC and alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.), a dicotyledon, a previous study reported more sensitivity regarding roots than leaf, with 85% and 61% decreased fresh weight [38].
It was also estimate from yield data that in the plots of CEW, the fly could cause only 3.35% yield loss as compared to the yield of the plots treated as CEW+ Confidor, whereas monocotyledon weed species supported B.
Alpine chamois diet during autumn in the central Italian Alps is mainly based on the monocotyledon families (Graminaceae, Juncaceae and Cyperaceae group; 78.1% of diet volume).
For the post-emergence control (POST) of monocotyledon species, ACCase-inhibitor herbicides show selectivity to castor bean crops and may be used when the application of pre-emergence herbicides fail.
CA--Citation authority, D or M -Dicotyledon or monocotyledon, V or R--Vegetative (root, stem, leaf) or reproductive (flower, fruit, seed), PP--Which plant part (root, stem, leaf, flower, fruit or seed), Reason--How did you decide?
* Cereals--"The seeds of grasses; each consisting of a single kernel (monocotyledon), including, wheat, corn, rice, barley, sorghum, oats, millet, rye, triticale, teff, wild rice and emmer." (Dennis T.
A gene from wheat, a monocotyledon, was property turned on by light and expressed in the appropriate tissues in tobacco, a dicotyledon, Chua reports.
These results indicated that selective destructive effect on dicotyledon weeds and non-harmful effect on the type monocotyledon plants like wheat.
Monocotyledon evolution: characters and phylogenetic estimation.
Analogues of rhodocladonic acid cause root malformations in both dicotyledon and monocotyledon seedlings.
Developmental anatomy of Aphyllanthes monspeliensis, a herbaceous monocotyledon with secondary growth.