Definition of Monocarpic. Meaning of Monocarpic. Synonyms of Monocarpic

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Definition of Monocarpic

Monocarpic
Monocarpic Mon`o*car"pic, Monocarpous Mon`o*car"pous, a. [Mono- + Gr. ? fruit: cf. F. monocarpe.] (Bot.) Bearing fruit but once, and dying after fructification, as beans, maize, mustard, etc. Note: Annual and biennual herbs are monocarpic, so also some plants of longer duration, as the century plant.

Meaning of Monocarpic from wikipedia

- Monocarpic plants are those that flower, set seeds and then die. The term was first used by Alphonse de Candolle. Other terms with the same meaning are...
- gr****es. Plants that flower and fruit only once and then die are termed monocarpic or semelparous. However, most perennials are polycarpic (or iteroparous)...
- [page needed] However, most Agave species are more accurately described as monocarpic rosettes or multiannuals, since each individual rosette flowers only once...
- Heracleum mantegazzianum, commonly known as giant hogweed, is a monocarpic perennial herbaceous flowering plant in the carrot family Apiaceae. H. mantegazzianum...
- is a species of tree found from Costa Rica to western Colombia. It is monocarpic, flowering only once before dying, which gives rise to its common name...
- Ensete is a genus of monocarpic flowering plants native to tropical regions of Africa and Asia. It is one of the two genera in the banana family, Musaceae...
- called Korean angelica, giant angelica, purple parsnip, and dangquai, is a monocarpic biennial or short lived perennial plant from China, ****an and Korea. It...
- Tequila Comes From". Huffington Post Canada. Retrieved 18 March 2018. "Monocarpic Behavior in Agaves". J. C. Raulston Arboretum, North Carolina State University...
- herbaceous annual, biennial or short-lived perennial plants. Some species are monocarpic, dying after flowering. Poppies can be over a metre tall with flowers...
- The seeds are viable for three to ten years. The plants are somewhat monocarpic and quickly die after "bolting" (producing seeds). Hot temperatures may...
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