Definition of Diclinous. Meaning of Diclinous. Synonyms of Diclinous

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Definition of Diclinous

Diclinous
Diclinous Dic"li*nous, a. [Gr. ? = ? bed.] Having the stamens and pistils in separate flowers. --Gray.

Meaning of Diclinous from wikipedia

- dichogamous plants have bi****ual flowers, others have uni****ual flowers. Diclinous: see Uni****ual. Dioecious: having either only male or only female flowers...
- hermaphroditism can for example be found in parrotfish and ****les. Biology portal Diclinous Monoclinous Plant ****uality "Gonochorism". Glossary. The Natural History...
- monochlamydeae, and have pistils and stamens in different flowers, known as diclinous. Except for Brosimum gaudichaudii and Castilla elastica, the perianth...
- Canary Islands and South Asia. Bryonies are perennial, tendril-climbing, diclinous or dioecious[clarification needed] herbs with palmately lobed leaves and...
- perennial vine of the cu****ber family, white bryony is monoecious but diclinous (separate male and female flowers found on the same plant) with a tuberous...
- However it has up to four diclinous antheridia and sometimes two antheridial cells per stalk; P. monospermum has 1-4 either diclinous or monoclinous antheridia...
- are typical following plants Jurinea moschus Arabis caucasica Catsfoot diclinous (Antennaria dioica), Gentiana pontica Red everlasting (Helichrysum pallasii)...
- Coccinia which was first described in 2011 by Norbert Holstein. Perennial, diclinous climber. Shoot length unknown, but likely several meters. Shoots lignify...
- The antheridia in Globisporangium sylvati**** is characterized as being diclinous and branched while the oogonia are intercalary and sub-globose. After...
- Odorous Basidiobolus Often Producing Conidia Plurally and Forming Some Diclinous ****ual Apparatus". American Journal of Botany. 51 (7): 770. doi:10.2307/2440218...
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