The major parts of a simple dicot
leaf are listed here (Figure 6-6):
However, most of these are dicots
and little has been done in the monocots, especially members of the Poaceae family.
They also support a large number of small herbaceous dicots
. The structure and species composition of these plains is maintained by near continuous grazing from the large herds of migratory wildebeest and zebra (McNaughton and Sabuni 1988).
The hitch is that the plant genetic engineer's courier, the crown-gall bacterium Agrobacterium tumifaciens, only infects dicots
, such as flax.
With maximum codon usage appeared to be conserved in both the dicots
AY705384) fused with GFP; codon choices were optimized for the dicot
species tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) and the monocot species creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera).
Anatomy structure results showed that the number of vessel of bundles in barley and diameter of roots in monocot and dicot
increased incomparition to the control sample.
Studies on the effects of Si accumulation in woody dicot
tissues over an extended time period (involving multiple or overlapping pest generations) may be warranted.
Implantadas Gramineas perennes nativas 9.05 (0-80) 0.6 (0-7.14) Pasturas perennes 7.5 (0-80) 76 (20-100) Especies halofilas 78 ( 20-95) 17.8 (0-40) Dicot
. anuales introducidas 1.19 (0-14.3) 5 (0-40) Dict.
It may prove to be a valuable substitute for nptII in the transformation of agriculturally important dicot
species such as soybean (Liu et al., 2004), cotton (Zhang et al., 2001), Brassica crops (Poulsen, 1996), tomato and other Solanaceae (Agharbaoui et al., 1995) as well as forest tree species including angiosperms and gymnosperms (van Frankenhuyzen and Beardmore, 2004).
In a dicot
plant stem, the vascular bundles are arranged in a ring that separates the cortex and pith (Figure 6-5).
* Draw and label parts of the dicot
stem and monocot stem