dioecious

Flowering plants in which the sexes are separate; each plant is either male or female and flowers have either stamens or pistils but not both.

Dioecious

• (a.) Having the sexes in two separate individuals; -- applied to plants in which the female flowers occur on one individual and the male flowers on another of the same species, and to animals in which the ovum is produced by one individual and the sperm cell by another; -- opposed to monoecious.
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dioecious

(Gk: di=two; oikos=house) unisexual- the male and female reproductive organs are borne on different individuals. (monoecious on same individual)
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dioecious

dioecian adjective having male and female reproductive organs in separate plants or animals
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Dioecious

A tree species having female and male sex organs on different plants.
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Dioecious

Bearing male and female organs in flowers on separate plants. Males and females must be grown together for pollination and fruiting.
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Dioecious

Bearing male or female flowers on separate plants.
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dioecious

Describes plants in which the male and female flowers occur on separate plants.
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dioecious

dioecious, dioecy, dioic In biology, having the male and female reproductive organs in separate individuals. Most animal species are dioecious, as are some plants, such as asparagus.
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Dioecious

Having distinct male and female organs on different plants within the same species.
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Dioecious

Having distinct male and female organs on different plants within the same species.
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Dioecious

Having male and female flowers borne on separate plants.
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dioecious

Having male and female reproductive structures on separate thalli.
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dioecious

having male and female sexual organs in different individuals
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dioecious

having male and female unisexual flowers on different plants. cf. monoecious
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Dioecious

Having male or female flowers on separate plants.
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Dioecious

Having only one sex per plant.
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Dioecious

having staminate and pistillate flowers on separate plants (compare monoecious)
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Dioecious

having staminate and pistillate flowers on separate plants (compare monoecious)
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dioecious

Having the male and female reproductive structures on separate plants. ... Compare: monoecious. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Dioecious

Having two sexes (as opposed to hermaphroditic).
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Dioecious

having unisexual flowers with staminate (male) and pistillate (female) flowers borne on different trees.
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Dioecious

In botany, the term dioecious is applied to plants which have flowers with stamens on one individual and those with pistils on another: as opposed to monoecious. The willow, the yew, the poplar, etc, are dioecious.
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Dioecious

Male and female flowers are borne on separate plants.
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Dioecious

Male and female flowers are borne on separate plants.
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