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Definition of the noun Monocots
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by Laszlo Nagy, Georg Grabherr, Christian Körner, Desmond B.A. Thompson
The fundamental difference between lowland and nival monocots is that the latter comprise graminoids only (Cyperaceae, Juncaceae and Poaceae). The number of cryptogams decreases with altitude similarly to phanerogams (Pitchsmann ...
by Stephen Herbert Howell
theories, the very regular stomatal spacing in many monocots is a product of cell lineages and stereo- typic patterns of cell division, while the less-regular stomatal spacing in dicots is influenced by cell position ...
by Tatiana Wielgorskaya, Armen Leonovich Takhtadzhi͡an
Monocots. Liliales. 87/1,890.
by Carla Emery
Theclass Monocotyledoneae is called the “monocots”forshort.The class Dicotyledoneae is called the “dicots.” Monocots and Dicots. Monocots have seedswith 1 seed leaf (1 cotyledon),leavesthat are narrow withparallel veins, flower parts that ...
by Moselio Schaechter
monocots. In the past 5 years, dramatic progress has been made toward the development of protocols for stably transforming agriculturally important monocotyledonous plant species. The first indication of gene transfer involved the ...
by Michael Allaby
Monocots. In the APG III (see ANGIOSPERM PHYLOGENY GROUP) plant classification, a *clade that contains the orders Acorales, Alismatales (water plantain, water hawthorn, duckweed, etc.), Asparagales (onions, agave, etc.), Dioscoreales ...
Online Encyclopedia (2011)
by DK Publishing
Monocots have one cotyledon (seed leaf), which is the food store of a seed. They also have leaves with parallel veins, and flower parts in multiples of three. Dicots have two cotyledons, leaves with branching, netlike veins, and flower parts in ...
Encyclopedia of Virology (1999)
by Allan Granoff, Robert G. Webster
are limited to monocotyledonous plants (monocots) (Gramineae). Curtoviruses have only been found in dicots.
From Acacia to Zinnia by Christopher Cumo
The angiosperms or flowering plants are either monocots, germinating a single leaf, or dicots, germinating a stem with two leaves. The monocots include palms, grasses, orchids, and lilies. The dicots include a large number of plants, among ...
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- Monocots vs Dicots Explained
It is really easy to determine a monocot and a dicot. However, first, it is important to understand that monocots and dicots actually represent the two main ...
- Difference Between Monocots and Dicots - Claymation (Julia 2010)
Julia's fourth grade science project.
- Monocotyledons, dicotyledons Comparison of Monocots and Dicots
There is a brief comparison of monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous plants in this session. Call 9099020032.
- Monocots and eudicots
- Monocots and Dicots
The difference between monocotyledons and dicotyledons.
- Jagannath K The Natural Farmer - Tropics - #12 Dicots and Monocots; humus rich soil
To create humus in the soil, Natural Indian Farmers recommend a specific proportion of monocot and dicot plants. In this video Jagannath walks you through an ...
- Biology Monocots vs Dicots
Discussing the differences between monocot plants and dicot angiosperms.
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Scrabble value of M3O1N1O1C3O1T1S1
The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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