Definition of Monocotyls

1. Noun. (plural of monocotyl) ¹



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Definition of Monocotyls

1. monocotyl [n] - See also: monocotyl

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monocotyls

monoclonals
monocomponent
monocondyla
monocoordinated
monocoque
monocoques
monocot family
monocot genus
monocots
monocotyl
monocotyle
monocotyledons
monocotyls (current term)
monocracies
monocracy
monocranius
monocrat
monocratic
monocratically
monocrats
monocrotaline
monocrotic
monocrotic pulse
monocrotism
monocrotophos
monocrystal
monocrystalline

Literary usage of Monocotyls

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1. A Practical Course in Botany: With Especial Reference to Its Bearings on by Eliza Frances Andrews (1911)
"STEM STRUCTURE A. monocotyls MATERIAL.—Fresh cornstalks with several well-developed nodes, some of which should have stood in coloring fluid from 1 to 3 ..."

2. Laboratory Exercises in Botany by Edson Sewell Bastin (1894)
"FLOWERS OF monocotyls (CONTINUED). IN connection with the study of a liliaceous flower, which has been taken :is typical of the ..."

3. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"In many of the monocotyls the xylem has grown up around the phloem, ... that it is a strong argument in favor of the claim that the monocotyls constitute a ..."

4. The Living Cycads by Charles Joseph Chamberlain (1919)
"Such a conclusion would often be incorrect. Botanists now quite generally agree that the monocotyls have been derived from the ..."

5. Elements of Vegetable Histology by Daniel Base (1912)
"Some plants, for example, the monocotyls, have no true bark, consequently the bast or phloem portions of the bundles do not lie in the inner or bast layer ..."

6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1905)
"In no case are the bundles oriented as in monocotyls. From each leaf three traces come into the stem, one central and two lateral; they differ from many ..."

7. A Textbook of Botany for Colleges and Universities by John Merle Coulter, Charles Reid Barnes, Henry Chandler Cowles (1911)
"779) there are several primary veins, while most monocotyls have several to many equal and more or less parallel primary veins, connected by rather obscure ..."

8. The New International Encyclopaedia by Herbert Treadwell Wade (1922)
"... of the spectrum is the important portion in determining growth and structural modifications in plants. Etiolation is not limited to monocotyls and ..."

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