Dipterocarpace, an important order of Asiatic dicotyledonous trees, allied to the mallows (Malvace).
Isobrious, ī-sob′ri-us, adj. growing equally in both lobes, of a dicotyledonous embryo.
On the left we observe a group of trees, which resemble the dicotyledonous plants of our forests.
The bast tissues of dicotyledonous annuals furnish such staple materials as flax, hemp, rhea or ramie and jute.
In this march I observed one or two instances of the absolute enclosure of dicotyledonous trunks by Fici.
With these there occur a few disputed leaves, which I must persist in regarding as dicotyledonous.
In the great Secondary division, the true dicotyledonous plants first appear; but, so far as is yet known, no dicotyledonous wood.
A farmer does not divide plants, like a botanist, into dicotyledonous and monocotyledonous, but into useful plants and weeds.
On the other hand, the dicotyledonous herbs and trees, previously so inconspicuous in creation, are largely developed.
Under the dicotyledonous groups, there are no plants with simplicity of floral elements.