monocotyledon


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Yield loss to tomato crop due to the competition of weeds was also estimate as (12.12%), (1082%) and (26.67%) due to emergence of monocotyledon, dicotyledon and monocotyledon + dicotyledon weed species, respective ely.
Our results confirm that the autumn diet of chamois is based mainly on monocotyledon species, in agreement with the results of many other studies (Schroder 1977, Perle and Hamr 1985, Garcia-Gonzalez and Cuartas 1996, Homolka and Heroldova 2001, Bertolino et al.
Castor bean has selectivity to the herbicide trifluralin, which is used for weed control of the Poaceae family (monocotyledons), when the herbicide is incorporated as a pre-planting application (IPP) (MACIEL et al., 2007b) and as a pre-emergence (PRE) application (RAMOS et al., 2006; ALBUQUERQUE et al., 2008, MASCARENHAS et al., 2010; SOFIATTI et al., 2012).
The angiosperms are primarily divided into two major groups, the dicotyledons and the monocotyledons. Supermarket botanical items can be used to explore some of the differences between these two large and important groups.
In order to specific fight against weeds of monocotyledon farm, dicotyledonous weeds can be targeted.
Cutler (eds.) Monocotyledons: systematics and evolution: 685-730.
The results obtained reveal that these compounds exert allelopathic activities when applied to monocotyledon species, making them good candidates for use as herbicides for weed control.
Relationship of auxin transport to branch dimorphism in Cordyline, a woody monocotyledon. Physiologia Plantation 31: 284-287.
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.
In this way, chambira fiber differs from most Monocotyledon fibers, which are composed of vascular tissue with lignified cell walls (Tomlinson 1990, McDougall et al.
Plants in soils aerobic conditions have two strategy-oriented for access to the iron compounds: first siderophore secretion (non-protein amino acid) (This strategy is found in Gramineae family); and second separation iron of soil chelate or restore trivalent iron ([Fe.sup.3+]) to bivalent that occurs through the proton leakage (This strategy can be found in other monocotyledon and dicotyledons plants) [25].
Growth regulators dependent differences for plant regeneration have been reported in monocotyledon plants (Luhrs et al.
Comparing Effects of Electromagnetic Fields (60 Hz) on Seed Germination and Seedling Development in Monocotyledon and Dicotyledons.