monocotyledonous


monocotyledonous
(= monocot)
Plants in which the developing plant has only one cotyledon. Grasses are perhaps the commonest examples of the Class (which also contains palms, lilies and orchids).

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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  • Monocotyledonous — Mon o*cot y*le don*ous, a. [Cf. F. monocotyl[ e]don[ e].] (Bot.) Having only one cotyledon, seed lobe, or seminal leaf. Lindley. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • monocotyledonous — adjective see monocotyledon …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • monocotyledonous — /mon euh kot l eed n euhs/, adj. belonging or pertaining to the monocotyledons. [1760 70; MONOCOTYLEDON + OUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • monocotyledonous — adjective Of or pertaining to a flowering plant having a seed with one embryonic leaf (a single cotyledon). See Also: monocotyledon, monocot …   Wiktionary

  • monocotyledonous — adj. producing one cotyledon, producing one seed leaf mÉ‘nÉ™kÉ‘t lɪːdnÉ™s / mÉ’nÉ™kÉ’tɪ l …   English contemporary dictionary

  • monocotyledonous — mono·cotyledonous …   English syllables

  • monocotyledonous — adjective (of a flowering plant) having a single cotyledon in the seed as in grasses and lilies • Ant: ↑dicotyledonous • Derivationally related forms: ↑monocotyledon • Topics: ↑plant, ↑flora, ↑plant life …   Useful english dictionary

  • monocotyledonous plant — vienaskiltis augalas statusas T sritis augalininkystė apibrėžtis Augalas, kurio gemalas turi vieną sėklaskiltę. atitikmenys: angl. monocotyledonous plant rus. однoдольное растение …   Žemės ūkio augalų selekcijos ir sėklininkystės terminų žodynas

  • 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. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Roystonea regia — Native habitat in Collier Seminole State Park, Florida Scientific classification Kingdom …   Wikipedia


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