Monoecious

plants that have both male and female flowers on the same plant.
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Monoecious

A plant which bears both male and female flowers. (Compare to Dioecious)
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monoecious

Having male and female reproductive organs on a single thallus.
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Monoecious

Refers to plants that have separate male and female flowers on the same plant, synonym of autoecious; also to rusts that have all stages of their life cycle on a single species of plant.
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monoecious

[adj] - having male and female reproductive organs in the same plant or animal
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Monoecious

Bearing both male and female flowers separately on the same plant, or having individual flowers bearing both male and female parts.
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monoecious

Having the male and female reproductive structures in separate flowers but on the same plant. ... Compare: dioecious. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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monoecious

monecious adjective having male and female reproductive organs in the same plant or animal
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monoecious

(mo-ne´shәs) having reproductive organs typical of both sexes in a single individual.
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Monoecious

• (a.) Having the sexes united in one individual, as when male and female flowers grow upon the same individual plant; hermaphrodite; -- opposed to dioecious.
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monoecious

monoecious, monoecy 1. In botany, having both pistil-bearing and stamen-bearing flowers in a single plant. 2. In zoology, having both male and female sex organs; hermaphroditic.
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Monoecious

Male and female flowers are borne on the same plant.
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Monoecious

A plant bearing separate male and female reproductive organs on the same plant.
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monoecious

A plant in which the staminate and pistillate flowers are separate, but borne on the same individual.
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Monoecious

In botany, monoecious refers to having male flowers and female flowers on the same individual plant, as opposed to dioceous.
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monoecious

(Gk: monos single; oikos=house) having both male and female reproductive organs on the same individual. See hermaphrodite and dioecious.
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Monoecious

Said of a plant species in which all individuals bear both staminate and pistillate flowers, but there are no perfect flowers. For example, oaks—with male flowers in catkins, producing wind-borne pollen, and female flowers on the stems, producing acorns.
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Monoecious

having both male and female flowers on the same plant (compare dioecious)
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Monoecious

Having both male and female flowers on the same plant.
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monoecious

of vascular plants, where the male and female reproductive structures are in separate flowers but on the same plant; of inflorescence, including unisexual flowers of both sexes; cf. dioecious.
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monoecious

having both male and female unisexual flowers on the same individual plant. cf. dioecious
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Monoecious

Having male and female sex organs in the same individual.
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Monoecious

having unisexual flowers with staminate (male) and pistillate (female) flowers borne on the same tree, though often on different branches.
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Monoecious

A tree species having female and male sexual organs on the same plant.
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Monoecious

Staminate and pistillate flowers on same plant.
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