[ UK /jˈuːnɪsˌɛks/ ]
[ US /ˈjunɪˌsɛks/ ]
  1. not distinguished on the basis of sex
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How To Use unisex In A Sentence

  • Prof. of Zoology: Kiss is the interchange of unisexual salivary bacteria.
  • Members of Atripliceae are characterized by flowers that are usually unisexual, with a perianth present in staminate flowers, and with pistillate flowers lacking a perianth but having accrescent bracteoles in fruit.
  • When H. frenatus arrives on an island, the population of the unisexual species plummets.
  • The genus has reduced unisexual flowers grouped into characteristic pseudanthia called cyathia.
  • Dioecious Flowers unisexual; the male and female flowers on different plants (cf. monoecious). Chapter 9
  • Today he was wearing what I sort of called a unisex wig that sort of had remnants or reminders of a bit of Austin Powers, maybe when Austin Powers gets to be around 70 years old, sort of a pageboy blondish blond wig, that ` s how I would best describe it. CNN Transcript Apr 25, 2007
  • W.A. DiMichele has argued that free-sporing heterospory will only be favored in swamp environments, where gametes can move easily between unisexual gametophytes.
  • The starting-point of the class, however, and the position within it of apetalous families with frequently unisexual flowers, have provoked much discussion. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Part 1, Slice 1
  • An assessment of genetic and epigenetic diversity that exists in unisexual populations in spite of "clonal" reproduction is largely lacking.
  • The ancestral state in other characters is equivocal: e.g., bisexual vs. unisexual flowers, whorled vs. spiral floral phyllotaxis, presence vs. absence of tepal differentiation, anatropous vs. orthotropous ovules. A Disclaimer for Behe?
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