gynodioecious


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gynodioecious

(of female and hermaphrodite flowers) occurring on separate plants, an attribute thought to promote cross-pollination, for example, in thyme.
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A rare continual flowering strategy and its influence on offspring quality in a gynodioecious plant.
Pollen limitation and distance-dependent fecundity in females of the clonal gynodioecious herb Glechoma hederacea (Lamiaceae).
Sexual differences in reproductive characters in gynodioecious Plantago coronopus.
Subshrubs, shrubs, perennial herbs, vines or small trees, monoecious, dioecious, or gynodioecious.
Pollinator visitation, floral display, and nectar production of the sexual morphs of a gynodioecious shrub.
In contrast to the conditions outlined in the well-known dioecious model, some plant species consist of both hermaphroditic and male sterile, or functionally female, individuals, and are said to be gynodioecious (Frank 1989; Couvet et al.
This species is gynodioecious, with individual plants either female or hermaphroditic.
Florets isomorphic in dioecious and gynodioecious plants, or dimorphic in monoecious plants; marginal florets female or neuter, with or without staminodes, corolla bilabiate, outer lip expanded or not, inner lip developed to absent, sub-bilabiate (3+1 corolla lips), or true ray; central florets bisexual or male, corolla bilabiate to tubular-bilabiate; female capitula with all florets female, bilabiate; anther apical appendages acute, tails papillose; style bilobed to bifid, branches dorsally papillose.
Life history of the long-lived gynodioecious cushion plant, Silene acaulis (Caryophyllaceae), inferred from size-based population projection matrices.
In gynodioecious species, however, it is possible to have at least a crude estimation of male fitness, since part of the population is male sterile and, therefore, does not contribute with male gametes to the next generation.
In gynodioecious plants, sex expression is usually a cytonuclear phenomenon (Saumitou-Laprade et al.
dioecious, and gynodioecious plants were excluded).