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Pseudo-monocotyledonous
Pseudo-monocotyledonous Pseu`do-mon`o*cot`y*led"on*ous, a. [Pseudo- + monocotyledonous.] (Bot.) Having two coalescent cotyledons, as the live oak and the horse-chestnut.

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- Monocotyledons (/ˌmɒnəˌkɒtəlˈiːdən/), commonly referred to as monocots, (Lilianae sensu Chase & Reveal) are flowering plants (angiosperms), the seeds of...
- The monocots (or Monocotyledons) are one of the two major clades of flowering plants (or Angiosperms), the other being the dicots (or dicotyldons). In...
- weeds of south and southeast Asia", p. 39, Int. Rice Res. Inst. ISBN 971-22-0130-9, ISBN 978-971-22-0130-1 Cyperus iria L. - CYPERACEAE - Monocotyledon...
- object more than 7 inches long probably made from plants in the group Monocotyledon (including palm and bamboo) would have been used for liquefying and...
- The Lilieae are a monophyletic tribe of monocotyledon perennial, herbaceous mainly bulbous flowering plants in the lily family (Liliaceae). The term has...
- aerial portions of the plant. The cotyledon of gr****es and many other monocotyledons is a highly modified leaf composed of a scutellum and a coleoptile....
- within this group. The other group of flowering plants were called monocotyledons or monocots, typically having one cotyledon. Historically, these two...
- plant taxonomists have also used the rank of subphylum, for instance monocotyledons as a subphylum of phylum Angio****e. Subphylum is: subordinate to...
- rings, one for each season of growth, called annual rings. Among the monocotyledons, the bundles are more numerous in the young stem and are scattered through...
- As of July 2016, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) lists 37 extinct in the wild plant species. Approximately 0.17% of all evaluated...
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