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Those that retained wind pollination include members of several monocot (Cyperaceae, Juncaceae, and Poaceae) and dicot families (Chenopodiaceae, Empetraceae, Euphorbiaceae [Fig.
Most research in this field has been done with the dicot model plant A.
It literally covers any plant that can be infected and regenerated-the trick is that, at the time, the only plants that could be infected and regenerated were dicots.
The grass matrix consists primarily of mixed polysaccharides of the sugars xylose and arabinose (Carpita 1996); whereas, the matrix of dicots, like poplar and alfalfa, are mostly polysaccharides of glucose, xylose and glucuronic acid as well as diverse and complex pectin polysaccharides.
I doubt that a minute fraction of the 300-some students that passed through my labs could tell you today what a monocot or a dicot is, or even the difference between a simple and compound leaf.
We expect a lower Ca content in bracken than in dicots based on the low CEC found by Koedam et al.
We catalogued dicots (broadleaves) appearing as volunteers from August through October 2006.
Four introduced dicots were present on the transects (Table 2).
This newest addition to the definitive work carries on amongst the dicots, listing 740 species in 74 genera and three families, including Caryophyllales (pink order), Polygonales (Buckwheat order) and Plumbaginales (Leadwort order).
Species Division Class Subclass 1 Cleome Spermatophyta Angiospermae Dicots.
Beaman is busily slogging away on Part II of the Mount Kinabalu dicots at Kew, for Plants of Mount Kinabalu 4, and has good hopes that he will have it ready in 2004.
They also support a large number of small herbaceous dicots.
1974) and in Arisama curvatum (Araceae) (Prakash and Sinha, 1974), members of the dicots, the validity of the occurrence in these non-liliaceous plants is not credible as the authors employed only thin-layer chromatography, melting point and/or optical rotation measurements as the identification criteria.
The remaining control sites during both years were situated in unmanaged pastures (not mowed or grazed) characterized by a variety of herbaceous dicots including goldenrod (Solidago spp.