Definition of Monecious

1. Adjective. Having male and female reproductive organs in the same plant or animal.




Definition of Monecious

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Monecious

1. See Monoecian, and Monoecious. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monecious

moncheite
mondain
mondaine
mondaines
mondains
monde
mondegreen
mondegreens
mondes
mondial
mondo
mondongo
mondos
monecious (current term)
monellin
monellins
monembryonic
monembryony
monensin
monepic
moner
monera
moneral
moneran
monerans
moneron
moners
monerula

Literary usage of Monecious

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1. Bulletin by Ohio Biological Survey (1915)
"monecious 'grasses having the staminate and carpellate spikelets in different ... Tall stout monecious perennials with solid stems, thick creeping rhizomes, ..."

2. Botanical Gazette by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1902)
"... the floral gradually reduced, becoming lanceolate and bract-like: monecious, androgynous at least above, the flowers in small axillary clusters and in ..."

3. Rural Sociology by John Morris Gillette (1922)
"In the case of plants, we may take as an instance the monecious plants, those having both male and female organs, or stamens and pistils, ..."

4. Productive Plant Husbandry: A Text-book for High Schools, Including Plant by Kary Cadmus Davis (1917)
"monecious plants, as corn, are those in which the staminate flowers and pistillate flowers are both on the same plant. ..."

5. Bulletin by Ohio Biological Survey (1915)
"monecious 'grasses having the staminate and carpellate spikelets in different ... Tall stout monecious perennials with solid stems, thick creeping rhizomes, ..."

6. Botanical Gazette by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1902)
"... the floral gradually reduced, becoming lanceolate and bract-like: monecious, androgynous at least above, the flowers in small axillary clusters and in ..."

7. Rural Sociology by John Morris Gillette (1922)
"In the case of plants, we may take as an instance the monecious plants, those having both male and female organs, or stamens and pistils, ..."

8. Productive Plant Husbandry: A Text-book for High Schools, Including Plant by Kary Cadmus Davis (1917)
"monecious plants, as corn, are those in which the staminate flowers and pistillate flowers are both on the same plant. ..."

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