andromonoecious


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andromonoecious

having male and hermaphrodite flowers on the same plant. Compare ANDRODIOECIOUS.
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Tissues from five male plants, five female plants and two andromonoecious plants were obtained from Simarouba plantation of the University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, at Gandhi Krishi Vigyana Kendra campus for isozyme work.
Kruskal-Wallis tests were performed in order to detect: a) differences in fruit size and seed number according to epidermis colours, b) differences in fruit size among andromonoecious and hermaphrodite species, and c) differences in seed number among andromonoecious and hermaphrodite species.
Floral herbivore effect on the sex expression of an andromonoecious plant, Isomeris arborea (Capparaceae).
It is especially curious that neither Meagher (1991) nor our study found an effect of relative size on relative success, because in dioecious and andromonoecious species the number of male and female flowers theoretically can be adjusted independently of one another.
Solanaceae) is an andromonoecious, self-incompatible, perennial weed whose bright yellow anthers attract large bodied bees (primarily Bombus species) and provide the only pollinator reward (Hardin et al.
Diggle (1993) examined the effect of fruit set (a reflection of the current resource status of a plant), pollination treatment (hand pollinated versus unpollinated) and genotype on the proportion of male flowers per inflorescence in 10 genotypes of the andromonoecious Solanum hirtum (Solanaceae).
For example, the dynamic andromonoecious "phase choice" individuals (see El-Keblawy et al.
The resource costs of gender and maternal support in an andromonoecious umbellifer Smyrnium olusatrum L.
The resource cost of gender and maternal support in an andromonoecious Umbellifer, Smyrnium olusatrum L.
The female bias expected with protandry, for example, could manifest itself by hermaphroditic flowers opening earlier than male flowers in andromonoecious plants, female flowers opening earlier than hermaphroditic flowers in gynomonoecious plants (Pellmyr 1987), or early-opening hermaphroditic flowers allocating most of their resources to female functions, and later-opening flowers allocating more resources to male functions (Brunet 1990).
Labile sex expression in andromonoecious Solanum hirtum: pattern of variation in floral structure.
Following Lloyd (1980), we also use the term sexually dimorphic to collectively refer to taxa with dioecious, subdioecious, polygamodioecious, or gynodioecious systems; monomorphic refers to taxa with hermaphroditic, monoecious, andromonoecious, gynomonoecious, or polygamomonoecious systems (see Table 1 for definitions).