hermaphroditic


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hermaphroditic

[hər‚ma·frə′did·ik]
(botany)
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Hermaphroditic CyClone connectors are ideal for applications requiring frequent mating between parts such as copiers, printers, networking hubs and servers, and automation and industrial machinery.
It has been shown experimentally that resource limitation impairs female (but not male) function in a simultaneously hermaphroditic snail (Janicke and Chapuis, 2016).
nomades (one female and six hermaphrodites) were found with protozoan Nematopsis species; among them one hermaphroditic individual was found heavily parasitized with trematode Proctoeces sp.
Hermaphroditic designs are less unique than they use to be, but they still challenge the connector designer.
This will become a leitmotif in every other nineteenth-century novel about a hermaphrodite and even in several novels with hermaphroditic main characters.
The categorial and not only the referential property of names (Anderson 2007: 119) is also proved by the fact that gender is often conveyed through names and that, on the other hand, there are hermaphroditic names (Anderson 2007: 112) that show no differentiation in gender.
For several years, it's been known that the presence of some male worms and flies can shorten the lifespan of their female or hermaphroditic counterparts.
But the effects are highly visible and can be seen in mutant fish, hermaphroditic alligators, the global die-off of amphibians, and collapsing bee colonies.
1:30 DOMINANT BEHAVIOR MUTANTS FROM THE HERMAPHRODITIC VERTEBRATE MODEL FISH, KRYPTOLEBIAS MARMORATUS, Garrett L.
Mycio claimed that bisexual participants can be identified as hermaphroditic figures that combine male and female features.
jauntily posed with its backside in the air, this hermaphroditic creature has no apparent face--its front designated only by a pair of uneven breasts with large jutting nipples.