monocotyledon


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monocotyledon

any flowering plant of the group Monocotyledonae. See DICOTYLEDON for comparative table (Fig. 131).
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67%) due to emergence of monocotyledon, dicotyledon and monocotyledon + dicotyledon weed species, respective ely.
Alpine chamois diet during autumn in the central Italian Alps is mainly based on the monocotyledon families (Graminaceae, Juncaceae and Cyperaceae group; 78.
Developmental anatomy of Aphyllanthes monspeliensis, a herbaceous monocotyledon with secondary growth.
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.
The angiosperms are primarily divided into two major groups, the dicotyledons and the monocotyledons.
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.
Here, we report the synthesis and bioactivity of a novel 1, 2, 4-triazole derivative, namely, 4-benzyl-1-(2,4-dichlorophenyl)-3-methyl-1H-1,2,4-triazol-5(4H)-one, which displays good herbicidal activity against monocotyledon.
Prychid & Rudall (1999) noted in a review that the absence, presence, and shape of calcium oxalate crystals are "useful taxonomic features" in monocotyledon classification.