from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state or character of being unisexual, or of having but one sex, as a male or female individual: the opposite of
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- noun botany The property of being
unisexualor imperfect, i.e. having only male ( stamina) or female ( pistils) reproductive organs in one flower ( monoecism) or individual ( dioecism).
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A Fine line between sex and unisexuality: The phylogenetic constraints on parthenogenesis in lacertid lizards.
In melon and cucumber, flower unisexuality seems to be the ancestral situation, as the majority of the
In both melon and cucumber, flower unisexuality seems to be the ancestral situation, as the majority of
_rubrinervis_, for _albida_ and _oblonga_, and even for _nanella_, which is to be considered as of a varietal nature; with _lata_ the decisive experiment is excluded by its unisexuality. _laevifolia_ and
195 -- From unisexuality to hermaphroditism, 197 -- Pollen replaced by ovules, 201.