diandrous


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di·an·drous

 (dī-ăn′drəs)
adj.
Having two stamens, as in the flowers of the sage.
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diandrous

(daɪˈændrəs)
adj
(Botany) (of some flowers or flowering plants) having two stamens
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di•an•drous

(daɪˈæn drəs)

adj.
(of a flower) having two stamens.
[1760–70; < New Latin diandrus. See di-1, -androus]
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Hainan Island and Yunnan have significantly more species with four stamens, while diandrous flowers are more common in other regions, especially in Guangxi (Fig.