What is Androdioecy and Gynodioecy?

What is Androdioecy and Gynodioecy?

Gynodioecy is the evolutionary intermediate stage between hermaphroditism (exhibiting both female and male parts) and dioecy (having two distinct morphs: male and female). Gynodioecy is sometimes considered a mixed breeding system alongside trioecy and androdioecy.

What is Gynodioecious in plants?

Description: A gynodioecious plant bears only female (pistillate) flowers on some plants and either bisexual or both male (staminate) and female (pistillate) flowers on other plants.

What is Gynomonoecious?

: having monoclinous and pistillate flowers on the same plant but no staminate flowers.

What is hermaphrodite plant?

Hermaphroditic plants have male and female reproductive organs within the same flower, like tomatoes and hibiscus. These flowers are oftentimes referred to as bisexual flowers or perfect flowers.

What is diocese plant?

Dioecious describes a plant group that includes distinct male and female plants. Monoecious describes a single plant that bears both male and female flowers. The pronunciation for the two words is dahy-EE-shuhs and muh-NEE-shuhs.

What is Trioecious plant?

The plants with three sorts of flowers, namely male, female and hermaphrodite on three different plants are called as trioecious plants.

What is papaya Gynodioecious?

Papaya Varieties & Hybrids. released by IIHR It is gynodioecious in nature. The plants are semi-vigorous and bearing starts at a lower height (60-70 cm). Since the variety is gynodioecious, seed production is easy, as bagging of bisexual flowers ensures true to type plants.

What does Dichogamous mean?

: the production of male and female reproductive elements at different times by a hermaphroditic organism in order to ensure cross-fertilization.

What is Staminate flower?

A staminate flower is a male flower, bearing only stamens. A pistillate flower is female, bearing only pistils. A monoecious (pronounced moan-EE-shus) plant has separate male flowers and female flowers occurring on the same plant. Pistillate or female flowers on left, staminate or male flowers on right.

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