Acotyledonous

A·cot`y·led'on·ous (#; 277) adjective Having no seed lobes, as the dodder; also applied to plants which have no true seeds, as ferns, mosses, etc.
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acotyledonous

<botany> Having no seed lobes, as the dodder; also applied to plants which have no true seeds, as ferns, mosses, etc. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Acotyledonous

• (a.) Having no seed lobes, as the dodder; also applied to plants which have no true seeds, as ferns, mosses, etc.
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acotyledonous

acotyledonous Having no seed lobes, as applied to plants which have no true seeds; such as, ferns, mosses, etc. One primary example is the dodder, a leafless parasitical vine with yellowish threadlike stems. It attaches itself to some other plant; such as, flax, goldenrod, etc, Is nourished by the plant that supports it.
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Acotyledonous

Without cotyledons.
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