hermaphroditic


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hermaphroditic

[hər‚ma·frə′did·ik]
(botany)
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0 mm) were filamentous or spathulate and smaller than female and hermaphroditic gametophytes, which were heart shaped.
Instead, Jan deliberately chooses the hermaphroditic possibilities of a name that allows her to be Jan the man and Jan the woman simultaneously.
Animals mix it up too: the distribution of self-fertilization among hermaphroditic animals.
High rates of male sterility have emerged in attempts to exploit heterosis in hermaphroditic crops (Zhao & Wang 2005, Eva & Michiel 2002).
Under such paradigm, it is understandable that for the intra-diegetic narrator it was impossible for "El Brujo," this abominable hermaphroditic, sadistic, misogynous and psychopathic being (147), to be the product of her country.
5mm-pitch mezzanine connector, a hermaphroditic "mates-to-self" design that uses the same part number for both mated sides.
Horace's vomiting signals his empathy, not sympathy, for her, a feeling that truly requires a hermaphroditic imagination.
3ba and compliant to IBTA QDR and AFF-8436), Card Edge, Mezzanine & Hermaphroditic Connectors and Flat Flex (FCC).
Using Hermaphrodites as a categorical classification in conjunction with literal hermaphroditic art, trivializes work that does not fit under the rubric of a literal reading of hermaphrodites.
Turn-of-the-century Kuntzville is a place of almost primordial innocence as compared to the capitals of America and Europe where the adult Fay displays her hermaphroditic beauty.
Old Gregg is a hermaphroditic merman who inhabits the lake in a village called Black lake.
Other articles look at medieval European ideas of Oriental sexuality and a hermaphroditic colony imagined in Australia as a Swiftian commentary on contemporary Europe.