In. botany, unisexual, the male and feminine blossoms becoming borne on seprate plants, like in the willow, prickly ash, and hemp.
getting the plants unlike on various plants of the same species: utilized only with modifying prefixes, as androdiœcious, once the flowers on some plants are all male and on other people all hermaphrodite (a hypothetical situation), and gynodiœcious, when they are in love fashion feminine and hermaphrodite.
In zoology, intimately distinct; having the two sexes in numerous individuals; against monœcious. Additionally diœcian, dioic, dioicous.