monoecious


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monoecious

, monecious, monoicous
1. (of some flowering plants) having the male and female reproductive organs in separate flowers on the same plant
2. (of some animals and lower plants) hermaphrodite

monoecious

[mə′nē·shəs]
(botany)
Having both staminate and pistillate flowers on the same plant.
Having archegonia and antheridia on different branches.
(zoology)
Having male and female reproductive organs in the same individual. Also known as hermaphroditic.
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Conclusion: The effect of progesterone, testosterone and estrone on plant morphology, flowering and pollen viability in monoecious cucumbers cultured in vitro was demonstrated.
Both types of coenanthia were found on the same individual, characterizing the species as monoecious. Bisexual coenanthia were more or less convex-shaped, having an elliptical to sub-orbicular outline, whereas unisexual male coenanthia were round-shaped.
Reproductive biology of the monoecious understory palm Prestoea schultzeana in Amazonian Ecuador.
The experimental material was developed by using 10 x 10 diallel excluding reciprocals among inbreds (monoecious lines) at Regional Research Station, Anand Agricultural University, Anand (Gujarat).
tinctoria plant is monoecious, and indumentums consist of extremely intense, sessile, and peduncle stellate or lepidote hairs, next to simple hairs.
Asparagus plants are monoecious (I had to look it up) meaning each individual plant is either male or female.
Chilghoza is an evergreen monoecious tree of usually medium size ranging 12 to 18 m tall with 0.4 m in diameter.
The species is perennial, monoecious and belongs to the family Euphorbiaceae (Nithiyanantham et al., 2013), as does the castor bean and cassava; however, physic nut is in plant breeding phase in Brazil, which has garnered interest from various research areas (Bhering et al., 2012).
They were monoecious and differentiated from lateral branches as field-grown plants (Figure 1(c)).
In such monoecious species, the spatial aggregation of clones creates a pollination environment that encourages geitonogamy [23] by diminishing the size of an individual's pollen shadow and making it less likely that pollen disperses beyond the boundary of the genet.
Dorken ME, Barrett SCH (2004) Phenotypic plasticity of vegetative and reproductive traits in monoecious and dioecious populations of Sagittaria latifolia (Alismataceae): a clonal aquatic plant.
Glochidion was regarded as a genus of the family Euphorbiaceae, which consists of monoecious, rarely dioecious trees or shrubs.