ADJECTIVE
  1. relating to only one sex or having only one type of sexual organ; not hermaphroditic
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How To Use unisexual In A Sentence

  • Flowers are unisexual, dichogamous in nature and, thus, most species are open-pollinated.
  • Various species may be unisexual, hermaphroditic, or have separate sexes.
  • The biology and evolution of unisexual mole salamanders has become a contentious and much-debated subject.
  • Plants are characterized as having unisexual flowers and dichotomously forked leaves arranged in crowded whorls.
  • A Fine line between sex and unisexuality: The phylogenetic constraints on parthenogenesis in lacertid lizards. Biological diversity in the Caucasus
  • 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?
  • This means that the unisexual females are actually parasitizing bisexual males of these other species.
  • 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?
  • In fungi, unisexual reproduction, where sexual development is initiated without the presence of two compatible mating type alleles, has been observed in several species that can also undergo traditional bisexual reproduction.
  • 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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