dimerous


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dimerous

[′di·mər·əs]
(biology)
Composed of two parts.
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The most common cases are pentamerous flowers with a dimerous gynoecium (e.g.
4, 5, 6, 7 and 8), including some dimerous flowers with only two carpels (Fig.
palustris have a reduced number of perianth parts and a dimerous gynoecium.
recognition that tetramerous or dimerous flowers are basic to the basal