[ US /ˌmɑnəˈkɑɹpɪk/ ]
[ UK /mˌɒnə‍ʊkˈɑːpɪk/ ]
  1. dying after bearing fruit only once
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How To Use monocarpic In A Sentence

  • These plants are frequently monocarpic, their rosettes usually dying after flowering.
  • Being monocarpic, it dies after flowering but the seeds can be collected and sown every year.
  • Commonly, the apical meristems differentiated into reproductive structures, making these plants monocarpic and determinant in their growth pattern.
  • The presence of a leaf litter cover has been shown to cause seedling mortality in several monocarpic species.
  • Since annual and biyearly plants only blossom and fructify one time each year, they are also called monocarpic plants.
  • Each of the Rosettes of the plant are monocarpic which means that they are plants can be kept alive after flowering if the flowers are removed as soon as they are done blooming, before seed formation begins. CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • Among these are the onset of monocarpic senescence, floral induction and the response of shoot growth to nitrate availability.
  • Scarlet gilia is a common monocarpic perennial wildflower of western montane habitats.
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