dimerous

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From Ancient Greek διμερής (dimerḗs, bi-partite).

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dimerous (not comparable)

  1. (botany) in two parts: in a flower each whorl (of flower parts) has two flower parts.
Among plants dimerous flowers are fairly rare

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