Wheat, rice, sorghum and barley are among those monocot
plants that can be efficiently transformed by Agrobacterium tumefaciens (Hiei et al.
& J.Presl) and their monocot
relatives, the terminology to describe these types is not uniform and many terms have been applied to the same branching type (Tomlinson, 1961; Tomlinson, 1971; Fisher, 1973; Fisher & Tomlinson, 1973; Fisher, 1974; Fisher et al., 1989; Mendoza & Franco, 1998; Fisher & Zona, 2006).
As stated by Pollock (2009), Strelitzia was introduced to the Neotropics from its native South Africa; Strelitzaceae and Musaceae are related families within the monocot
angiosperm Order Zingiberales (Kress & Hawn 1997).
The well-characterized monocot
SERK1 gene from rice (OsSERK1) (Kikuchi et al.
An unrooted neighbor-joining (bootstrap value = 1000) tree was constructed using MEGA5 on the basis of multiple alignments of conserved domain sequences of the ARF proteins from monocot
species (switchgrass, foxtail millet, maize, sorghum, rice, and Brachypodium) and dicot species (Arabidopsis, sweet orange, Chinese cabbage, poplar, Medicago, cotton, soybean, tomato, Grandis, and grape).
Still, with the support of protected-area management, the group was able to photograph and document specimens of epiphytes and climbers, trees, small trees and shrubs, orchids, monocot
herbs, dicot herbs and ferns from the Summit Trail, Ang Ka Nature Trail and Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail at Doi Inthanon National Park on October 4 and 5.
Forage quantity and quality from monocot
and dicot herb species were evaluated in June 2009 in blocks 2, 3, 4 and 5.
This aromatic monocot
grows in ponds or slow-moving water, where it filters and purifies while providing protective habitat for small fish and ducklings.
Members of the mastrevirus include species, which infect monocotyledonous (monocot
) but it has shifted its mood from monocot
to dicotyledonous (dicot) plants.
A comparison of hispine beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) associated with three orders of monocot
host plants in lowland Panama.
Pollen and anther characters in monocot
In dicot plants manganese deficiencies often are known with small yellow spots on leaves, also manganese deficiency symptoms in monocot
plants appears as tape and gray-green spots on base of leaves.