Definition of Dioecism. Meaning of Dioecism. Synonyms of Dioecism

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Definition of Dioecism

Dioecism
Dioecism Di*[oe]"cism, n. (Biol.) The condition of being di[oe]cious.

Meaning of Dioecism from wikipedia

- Dioecism, dioikismos, dioecismus, can mean: Dioecism, the removal from a city of its formerly subordinate constituents, the opposite of synoecism Dioecism...
- in addition to the Latinized synoecism. Synoecism is opposed to Gr**** dioecism (διοικισμóς, dioikismos), the creation of independent communities within...
- are not functional. Such plants set seeds only after cross-pollination. Dioecism: Cross-pollination always occurs when the plants are uni****ual and dioecious...
- other than having two types of flower heads and sharing a tendency towards dioecism. Both also have basal leaf rosettes, stretched leaves, with few spaced...
- city (urbs, polis) or muni****lity (municipium) Synoecism, the botanical condition of being synoecious, a synonym of monoecious Dioecism (disambiguation)...
- PMID 17246737 Jones, D F (1934), "Uni****ual Maize Plants and Their Relation to Dioecism in Other Organisms.", Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. (published January...
- also been reported that whereas normally breeding system in Harpullia is dioecism, a few species have also been recognized as monoecious. It was stated that...
- Botanical Garden 38:377–503. Soule, J. D. 1981. Ecological consequences of dioecism in plants: a case study of **** differences, **** ratios and po****tion dynamics...
- 1086/283707. Cox, P (1982). "Vertebrate pollination and the maintenance of dioecism in Freycinetia". The American Naturalist. 120: 65–80. doi:10.1086/283970...
- Miami. The grain ****s: how they are caused and how to prevent them. 1898. Diœcism of the fig in its bearing upon caprification. 1899. The date palm and its...
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