adjective tet·ra·dyna·mous

Definition of tetradynamous

  1. :  having six stamens four of which are longer than the others the Cruciferae are tetradynamous

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Origin and Etymology of tetradynamous

International Scientific Vocabulary tetradynam- (from tetra- + Greek dynamis power) + -ous

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