Protogynous

When the stigma is receptive before the pollen is shed.
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Protogynous

Pro·tog'y·nous adjective [ Proto + Greek gynh` a woman.] (Botany) Same as Proterogynous .
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protogynous

Having the female sex organs maturing before the male, of a flower, shedding the pollen after the stigma has ceased to be receptive. ... Compare: protandrous. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Protogynous

• (a.) Same as Proterogynous.
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protogynous

protogynous, protogyny 1. In botany, having the pistil or female organ mature before the stamens or male organs. 2. Frequently used as synonymous with progynous, but it is also used to describe the condition of being a hermaphrodite that is first female and later becomes a male.
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Protogynous

describing a plant in which stigma receptivity precedes and does not overlap the period of pollen release (compare protandrous)
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protogynous

female sex organs maturing before the male ones, e.g. a flower shedding pollen after the stigma has ceased to be receptive; cf. protandrous.
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