digynia definition

  • noun:
    • A Linnæan purchase of flowers having two designs.
    • A Linnæan order of plants having two styles.
  • others:
    • title provided by Linnæus, inside the artificial system, to these types of flowers as have actually two styles, or an individual design profoundly cleft into two components, developing the 2nd purchase in all of his first thirteen classes.
    • The name given by Linnæus, in his artificial system, to such plants as have two styles, or a single style deeply cleft into two parts, forming the second order in each of his first thirteen classes.
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