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Dioecious - refers to a plant population having separate male and female plants. ... [ Individual plants are not called dioecious; they are either gynoecious (female ...
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Both dioecious AND monoecious plants probably form a minority in the plant kingdom. ... Now I see what you mean about sub- dioecious in certain pines. ...
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Dioecious - Definition of Dioecious at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary ... dioecious di·oe·cious or di·e·cious (dī-ē'shəs) adj. ...
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dioecious. Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search ... Retrieved from "http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/dioecious" ...
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Find dictionary definitions, audio pronunciations, and spellings for dioecious in the free online American Heritage Dictionary on Yahoo! Education
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Herein lies the adaptive advantage of dioecy in figs (dioecious fig species). Dioecious fig syconia have essentially 2 ovary positions, deep-seated ovaries ...
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What is dioecious? Meaning of dioecious medical term. What does dioecious mean? ... Date palms are dioecious, which means that trees have either male or female ...
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Dioecious - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dioecious species (the word deriving from the Greek for "two households") are ... dioecious definition | Dictionary.com ...
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The kiwifruit was introduced to the United Kingdom, Europe, ... The plants are dioecious which means that male and female flowers are found on different plants. ...
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Definition and other additional information on Dioecious from Biology-Online.org dictionary. ... helminths in general, there are monoecious and dioecious worms. ...
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dioecious. adjective (Gr. dyo: two; oikos: house) Describing ... Examples of dioecious plants are willows; with archegonia and antheridia on separate plants. ...
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functionally dioecious ¢g species and one monoecious species from tropical ... tionally dioecious ¢gs may also be impacted on by the ...
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The dioecious plants in the U.S. so far are female (however ... In the United States, the dioecious form is found across the South from Florida to California. ...
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BACKGROUND: A native of Southeast Asia and Australia, dioecious hydrilla was first discovered ... with 16 each mature dioecious hydrilla plants, four plants ...
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The terms monoecious and dioecious are useful in this section, as pecans and. walnuts are all monoecious, and the pistachio is dioecious. Take a look at these ...
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