androclinium

[ an-druh-klin-ee-uhm ]
/ ˌæn drəˈklɪn i əm /

noun, plural an·dro·clin·i·a [an-druh-klin-ee-uh]. /ˌæn drəˈklɪn i ə/. Botany.

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Origin of androclinium

<New Latin, equivalent to andro-andro- + -clinium<Greek klī́nion, diminutive of klī́nē bed; see -ium
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British Dictionary definitions for androclinium

androclinium
/ (ˌændrəˈklɪnɪəm) /

noun plural -clinia (-ˈklɪnɪə)

another name for clinandrium

Word Origin for androclinium

C19: New Latin, from andro- + -clinium, from Greek klinē slope; see clino-
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