PCR template-DNA isolated quickly from monocot and dicot
leaves without tissue homogenization.
In turn browsing ungulates (dicot
feeders) such as impala (Aepyceros melampus), greater kudu (Tragelaphus strepsiceros), and giraffe (Giraffa cemlopardalis) benefit and their numbers increase (Walker 1985, Owen-Smith 1988).
Bidens 21 1.17 12.2 0.029 Tetramolopium 19 1.04 2.64 0.006 Silversword alliance 21 1.29 24.0 0.075 Schiedea and Alsinidendron 25 1.84 43.6 0.188 Dicots
329 1.79 44.8 0.136 Averaged over populations of all species, the Hawaiian Alsinoideae show higher levels of genetic variation than any other group of Hawaiian plants (Table 3), despite the occurrence of genetically depauperate species of Schiedea and Alsinidendron.
Codon usage bias has also been investigated in higher plants, and monocots have been found to retain more GC content as compared to dicots
. Thus it explains variable mutational conditions and different genomic level organization (Kawabe and Miyashita, 2003).
Secondary growth is similar to verified type for most of the dicots
roots, cambium with procambium, and phellogen that also origins from pericycle.
(2003), where CLCuMV C1 promoter was evaluated in dicots
.After confirming strong promoter activity of C1 rep in dicotyledonous plants, further expression studies were performed using monocotyledonous plant system.
Of the remaining taxa, 45 were monocots in seven families, and 111 were dicots
in 39 families.
are unable to accumulate high levels of Si in their shoots, although some, such as cucumber can accumulate moderate levels in leaves.
Despite this and other emphatic statements that the Trends emerge only upon examination of the dicots
in their totality, perhaps the most frequent use of the Trends has not been with respect to dicots
"as a whole" at all, but instead in genera or families, even, the quote above notwithstanding, by Bailey himself, e.g.
hispidus includes both monocots and dicots
, but this species compensated for nutrient deficits by ingesting <50% dicots
during the breeding season because dicots
contained higher concentrations of nutrients than monocots (Randolph et al., 1991).
There were eight species of ferns and 90 species of flowering plants, 29 of which were monocots and 61 of which were dicots
. Four species were non-native, representing 4 A of the total species collected.
coccinea and dicot
E and lastly Melastomataceae D and dicots
I and H.