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gynandrous

adjective gyn·an·drous \ˌgīn-ˈan-drəs, ˌjin-\

Definition of GYNANDROUS

:  having the androecium and gynoecium united in a column

Origin of GYNANDROUS

Greek gynandros of doubtful sex, from gynē woman + andr-, anēr man — more at andr-
First Known Use: 1807

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