Origin of monoecious
OTHER WORDS FROM monoeciousmo·noe·cious·ly, adverbmo·noe·cism [muh-nee-siz-uhm], /məˈni sɪz əm/, mo·noe·cy, noun
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How to use monoecious in a sentence
The flowers are dioecious, rarely monoecious, provided with one or two perianths.
The stamens become numerous (ten to forty) in the male flowers of a few monoecious genera (Pariana, Luziola).
In warmer countries monoecious and dioecious grasses are more frequent.
Monoecious: when both sexual elements or glands exist in one individual.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
Shrubs, with monoecious or dioecious flowers in catkins, and aromatic foliage.The Plants of Michigan|Henry Allan Gleason