Related formsdi·cli·nism, noun
Examples from the Web for diclinous
Most of them have an acrid milky juice, and diclinous or monœcious flowers.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
Diclinous, having the stamens in one flower, the pistils in another, 85.The Elements of Botany|Asa Gray
Diclinous, dī′kli-nus, adj. having the stamens and pistils in separate flowers.
Pinus is also peculiar in the dimorphism of shoots and leaves and in their constant interrelations with the diclinous flowers.The Genus Pinus|George Russell Shaw