Definition of Monoicous. Meaning of Monoicous. Synonyms of Monoicous

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Definition of Monoicous

Monoicous
Monoicous Mo*noi"cous, a. (Bot.) Mon[oe]cious.

Meaning of Monoicous from wikipedia

- Monoicous plants are those species that bear both sperm and eggs on the same gametophyte. Dioicous plants are those that have gametophytes that produce...
- occasionally may be used instead of "monoicous" and "dioicous" to describe bryophyte gametophytes. "Monoecious" and "monoicous" are both derived from the Gr****...
- all female gametes (eggs). Slightly different terms, "dioicous" and "monoicous", may be used for the gametophyte generation, although "dioecious" and...
- rhizoid will have internal cell wall projections. Plants are usually monoicous, and ****ual reproduction is by antheridia and archegonia. A****ual reproduction...
- and hence sperm) or female (producing archegonia and hence egg cells). Monoicous: each individual gametophyte produces both antheridia and archegonia and...
- archegonia and antheridia are arranged at the same plant, they are called monoicous. If there are female and male plants they are called dioicous. In Bryopsida...
- Antheridia and archegonia occur on the same gametophyte, which is then called monoicous. (Many sources, including those concerned with bryophytes, use the term...
- the underside of the thallus but no ventral scales. Pellia epiphylla is monoicous, with both male and female **** organs on the same thallus. The small male...
- plants) or monoicous (compare monoecious). In dioicous mosses, male and female **** organs are borne on different gametophyte plants. In monoicous (also called...
- (dioicous) while other species produce both ****es on the same plant (monoicous). Fungi are cl****ified by the methods of ****ual reproduction they employ...
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