Definition of Monandrous. Meaning of Monandrous. Synonyms of Monandrous

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Definition of Monandrous

Monandrous
Monandrous Mo*nan"drous, a. (Bot.) Of or pertaining to the monandria; having but one stamen.

Meaning of Monandrous from wikipedia

- In botanical terms, monandrous simply means to have a single stamen. A distinction between monandrous and other flowers is particularly relevant in the...
- exhibiting these two strategies changes based on ecological conditions. The monandrous female must choose which type of male can help her reproduce successfully...
- family (Orchidaceae). They typically contain the orchids with a single (monandrous), fertile anther which is erect and basitonic. The subfamily Orchidoideae...
- generations, a division of labor, and cooperative brood care. The queen is monandrous which means she mates with only one male. B. terrestris workers learn...
- po****tion. Monandrous female D. pseudoobscura do not obtain sufficient sperm or a plenty of suitable sperm for the fertilization. Even though monandrous female...
- the subfamily Vanilloideae is a branch at the basal dichotomy of the monandrous orchids, and must have evolved very early in the evolution of the family...
- clutch was sired by a single male. This could mean that females mate monandrously, i.e. with one male only. Polyandry, female mating with multiple males...
- original (PDF) on 2012-03-11 Svärd, L. (1985). "Paternal investment in a monandrous butterfly, Pararge aegeria". Oikos. 45 (1): 66–70. doi:10.2307/3565223...
- in the British Isles. B. muscorum is a eusocial insect. The queen is monandrous, mating with only one male after leaving a mature nest to found its own...
- typically contain the remaining orchids with a single, fertile anther ( = monandrous), which is also fully in****bent ( = strongly convex) to suberect (= ascending...
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