For example, for the dioecious
softshell clam Mya arenaria (Linnaeus, 1758) no triploids developed as males, and most triploids were females with a few being undifferentiated, which led to the proposal of a sex-determination mechanism similar to that found for Drosophila, in which triploids XXX and XXY are all-female regardless of the Y-chromosome.
Spatial segregation of the sexes of dioecious
the populations are dioecious
, with unisexual flowers, those on a given plant either entirely male or entirely female).
1996) observed differences between the size of the male and female flowers in approximately 85% of 436 analysed dioecious
Some of the best low pollen trees are the females of dioecious
species such as ash, poplar, willow, cedar, juniper, cottonwood, mulberry, Osage orange, yew, box elder, fringe tree, holly, pepper tree, smoke tree, coffee tree, sassafras, and red maple.
Silene latifolia Poiret [= Silene alba (Miller) Krause] is a dioecious
, perennial plant found in disturbed areas along roadsides and fields.
parasites produce large amounts of ova that are shed into the environment by snake feces and secretions.
White campion, seed number 1 in the GFS arrangement, is a dioecious
, short-lived, perennial herb native to Eurasia, and now an invasive weed found over most of North America (Figure 6).
Spinach is a dioecious
plant, meaning male and female flowers are borne on different plants.
The nutmeg-mace tree (myristica fragrons), a dioecious
evergreen which thrives in the shade of lofty trees, reaches the height of 66 feet.
Chia) is a dioecious
evergreen shrub or small tree belonging to the Anacardiaceae family .
Date palm is a dioecious
species, which means individual plants are either male or female.