tabaci population, while population on Dicotyledonous
was counted by examining 5 leaves per plant.
According to Diggle and DeMason (1983b), the transition of primary meristem into secondary meristem in the monocotyledonous species is analogous to the transition of procambium to vascular cambium in the woody dicotyledonous
The potentials and limitations of dicotyledonous
wood anatomy for climatic reconstructions.
uptake, sugar and starch contents in five dicotyledonous
plants exposed to automobile exhaust pollution," Journal of Environmental Biology, vol.
halophytes show optimal growth in concentrations of 50-250mM NaCl, while monocotyledonous halophytes generally grow optimally in the absence of salt or, if growth is stimulated, it is by a low (<50mM) NaCl concentration (Flowers and Colmer, 2008).
A revised classification of the architecture od dicotyledonous
They are phytophagous sap-sucking insects, majority are narrowly host-specific and predominantly associated with perennial dicotyledonous
angiosperms (Hodkinson, 2009).
Medium and techniques for induction and growth of monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous
plant cell cultures.
Begomovirus is the only genus that is transmitted by the whitefly Bemisia tabaci, infects only dicotyledonous
plants and are mostly bipartite.
A major exception to this high host conservatism is the large Old World genus Diaphorina Low, 1880, which recruits hosts from at least 19 families in 10 plant orders of dicotyledonous
angiosperms (Hollis 1987; Burckhardt & van Harten 2006).
1987, Middle Eocene dicotyledonous
plants from Republic, Northeastern Washington: United States Geological Survey, Bulletin 1597, 25 p.
It is a herbaceous, biennial, dicotyledonous
flowering plant distinguished by a short stem upon which is crowded a mass of leaves, usually green but in some varieties red or purplish, which while immature form a characteristic compact, globular cluster (cabbage head).