Definition of Dicot

1. Noun. Flowering plant with two cotyledons; the stem grows by deposit on its outside.




Definition of Dicot

1. Noun. (botany) A plant whose seedlings have two cotyledons, a dicotyledon. ¹

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Definition of Dicot

1. a plant with two seed leaves [n -S]

Medical Definition of Dicot

1. A subclass of of monocot (09 Oct 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dicot

diclusters
dicobalt
dicoccous
dicofol
dicolon
dicomplemented
dicone
dicones
diconical
dicophane
dicopper
dicoria
dicoronene
dicoronylene
dicoronylenes
dicot (current term)
dicot family
dicot genus
dicots
dicotyl
dicotyledenous
dicotyledonous
dicotyledons
dicotyls
dicoumarin
dicoumarins
dicoumarol
dicoumarols
dicrocoeliasis

Literary usage of Dicot

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1. Transposable Elements in Plants: Sponsored CRIS/ICAR Projects and Bibliography by Andrew Kalinski (1995)
"Methods for transformation of agriculturally important (dicot and monocot) will be developed. ... dicot ..."

2. Winston's Cumulative ... Encyclopedia: A Comprehensive Reference Bookby Charles Morris by Charles Morris (1917)
"... (kap-a-ri-da'se-e), * of sandstone, iron and marble ; cost ""Kf""1 л ' v<" ' nat. order of dicot- ..."

3. Science of Plant Life: A High School Botany Treating of the Plant and Its by Edgar Nelson Transeau (1921)
"We shall first study the bundles and the arrangement in a dicot stem ... The structure of a dicot stem. When a dicot stem is cut across, the bundles are ..."

4. Gene Expression in Horticultural Crops: Bibliography January 1991-October 1992 by Robert D. Warmbrodt (1995)
"Inclusion of a dicot intron in an engineered construct results in a five-fold enhancement of the level of mRNA stably expressed in dicot nuclei. ..."

5. Biotechnology: Ti-Plasmids and Other Plant Vectors: Bibliography January by Lara Wiggert (1995)
"Inclusion of a dicot intron in an engineered construct results in a five-fold enhancement of the level of mRNA stably expressed in ..."

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