OTHER WORDS FROM diclinousdi·cli·nism, noun
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Pinus is also peculiar in the dimorphism of shoots and leaves and in their constant interrelations with the diclinous flowers.
Flowers diclinous, the pistillate taking the place of long shoots, the staminate taking the place of dwarf shoots.
Diclinous, dī′kli-nus, adj. having the stamens and pistils in separate flowers.
Diclinous, having the stamens in one flower, the pistils in another, 85.The Elements of Botany|Asa Gray
Most of them have an acrid milky juice, and diclinous or monœcious flowers.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various