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a.1.See Diœcious.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Given that 60% of bryophytes worldwide are dioicous (Wyatt and Anderson 1984), most studies on sex ratios have been undertaken on dioicous species, whilst monoicous species have been neglected.
Frullania brasiliensis is a dioicous species that exhibits a wide range of morphological variation, resulting in a superposition of some characters with several other Neotropical species (Stotler, 1969).
Gametophytes, which may be either monicous or dioicous, produce gametangia in modified apices.