, dioikismos, dioecismus, can mean: Dioecism
, the removal
from a city of its formerly subordinate
constituents, the opposite
- in addition
to the Latinized
to Gr**** dioecism
(διοικισμóς, dioikismos), the creation
of independent communities
- are not functional. Such plants
: Cross-pollination always occurs
when the plants
are uni****ual and dioecious...
- city (urbs, polis) or muni****lity (municipium) Synoecism, the botanical condition
synoecious, a synonym
of monoecious Dioecism
- also been reported
that whereas normally breeding system
, a few species
have also been recognized
as monoecious. It was stated
of flower heads
a tendency towards dioecism
. Both also have basal
leaf rosettes, stretched
leaves, with few spaced...
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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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