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Antonyms for dicotyledonous

(of a flowering plant) having two cotyledons in the seed

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Botanically, legumes are dicotyledonous (bi-valved) seeds of plants belonging to the family Leguminosae, which is one of the three largest families of flowering plants.
These hormone-based weedkillers are able to selectively kill out dicotyledonous weeds in a monocotyledonous crop because of distinct differences in the make up of these two major groups of plants.
They may reflect a preservation bias due to high amounts of silica in grasses compared to dicotyledonous plants.
Presence of several types of plant material, including algae, conifers, and dicotyledonous plants, indicates mixing of terrestrial and marine elements, a condition that would be anticipated in inshore habitats and would not be nearly as likely in offshore, outer shelf settings.
The Chino del Tomate Virus, CdTV, is a circular, single-stranded DNA virus that infests dicotyledonous plants in the southern region of North America and Mexico.
The authors have chosen one species of violet, Viola corn uta, as a new system for the study of seed germination in dicotyledonous plants.
1%) was much larger than the percentage of dicotyledonous taxa (31.
In dicotyledonous (two seed-leaved) species, the initial symptom of fluoride effects on leaves is usually chlorosis of the tip, which later extends downward along the margins and inward toward the midrib.
During this period, the primitive angiosperms diverged into dicotyledonous (Magnoliopsida) and monocotyledonous (Liliopsida) plants.
As a result of working together with the USDA, BTG was able to provide funding to further develop the technology, which in turn resulted in this broad patent covering a full range of plant species including both monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous plants.
She had published a paper in 1966 that showed basal roots existed in monocotyledonous plants such as wheat and corn, as well as in dicotyledonous plants like tomatoes and soybeans," says Zobel.
Three types of glands have been described: the bladder cells of the Chenopodiaceae; the multicellular glands observed in dicotyledonous species of the families Acanthaceae, Aizoaceae, Aveceniaceae, Combretaceae; Convolvulaceae; Frankiaceae, Plumbaginaceae and Tamaricaceae (Waisel, 1972; Wahit, 2003; Kobayashi, 2008; Flowers et al, 2010); and the bicellular glands found in species of the Poaceae family (Liphschitz & Waisel, 1974; Fahn, 1979; Wieneke et al.
anther wall followed the dicotyledonous type, which was composed of an epidermal layer, an endothelial layer, one middle layer and tapetum which is consistent with Davis 1966 and bagheri 2014.
Psylloidea species maintain a close, specific relationship with dicotyledonous angiosperms (Hodkinson 1988; Hollis 2004), and in the case of D.
Flavonoids and affinities of Greyiaceae with a discussion of the occurrence of B-ringdeoxyflavonoids in dicotyledonous families.