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The monocot cambium is not to be regarded in any way as a vestige of the initial/ vascular cambium that is presumed to have existed in the common lignophyte ancestor of the traditional dicotyledons and monocotyledons (Rudall, 1991; Carlquist, 2012).
of Calcutta) introduce this treatment of those plant genera not covered in volume I-C, which dealt exclusively with dicotyledons.
diversifolia is not particularly consistent with most reported works on woody dicotyledons (Esau, 1945, 1965, 1977, Dutta 1981) (figs 1C-F).
Hutchinson, 1959), the Nymphaeales (Cronquist, 1981; Takhtajan, 1969, 1980), the Ariflorae (Thorne, 1976), the Dioscoreales (Huber, 1969), early shrubby dicotyledons (Stebbins, 1974), the Dioscoreales and the Magnoliifloreae (Dahlgren and Clifford, 1982), the Melanthiales (Thorne, 1992) and the paleoherbs (Aristolochiales, Nymphaeales, Piperales) (Behnke, 1969, 1971; Loconte and Stevenson, 1991).
Hickey LJ (1973) Classification of the architecture of Dicotyledons leaves.
7, Flowering plants: Dicotyledons (Lamiales except Acanthaceae including Avicenniaceae).
Comparing Effects of Electromagnetic Fields (60 Hz) on Seed Germination and Seedling Development in Monocotyledon and Dicotyledons.
fastidiosa has a wide host plant range, which includes species from more than 30 families of mono and dicotyledons (Hopkins 1989; Purcell & Hopkins 1996), and some of them may serve as inoculum sources for infection of susceptible crops (Hopkins 1989; Leite et al.
Illustrated Flora of British Columbia, Volume 5, Dicotyledons (Salicaceae through Zygophyllaceae) and Pteridophytes.
Whereas the preceding volume in the series focused mainly on monocotyledonous crop plants, this one concentrates on the dicotyledons including legumes, fruit plants in the species Prunus, grapes, oranges, olive, and pistachio.
The ontogenetic development and phylogenetic specialization of rays in the xylem of dicotyledons.
Monocotyledons germinate hypogeally, while dicotyledons germinate predominantly epigeally.
Pit membrane remnants in perforation plates of primitive dicotyledons and their significance.