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n.1.(Bot.) A plant having the stamens inserted in the pistil.
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The gynander was taxonomically evaluated (Jones et al.
After an enlightening exploration of the mythical sources of these figures and their manifestations in Rachilde's work in the first chapter of this final section, Mayer turns to an examination of their implications for brother-sister pairs as well as for the androgyne and the gynander (though Mayer acknowledges that Rachilde never uses this term herself) in the final chapter.