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monoecious

 [mon-e´shus]
having reproductive organs typical of both sexes in a single individual.

monoecious

/mo·noe·cious/ (mo-ne´shus) having reproductive organs typical of both sexes in a single individual.

monoecious

also

monecious

(mə-nē′shəs)
adj.
1. Botany Having unisexual reproductive organs or flowers, with the organs or flowers of both sexes borne on a single plant, as in pines and corn (maize).
2. Biology Relating to or exhibiting hermaphroditism; hermaphroditic.

mo·noe′cism (mə-nē′sĭz′əm) n.
mo·noe′cy (-sē) n.

monoecious

(of plants) having both male and female organs occurring on the same plant, in unisexual flowers such as maize and hazel. The term literally means ‘one home’. Compare DIOECIOUS.

monoecious

having reproductive organs typical of both sexes in a single individual.
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