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  • Gynandromorph — Gy*nan dro*morph (j[i^]*n[a^]n dr[ o]*m[^o]rf), n. (Zo[ o]l.) An animal affected with gynandromorphism. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • gynandromorph — [gī nan′drə môrf΄, jinan′drō môrf΄] n. [< Gr gynandros (see GYNANDROUS) + MORPH] an abnormal organism whose physical features are a mixture of male and female characteristics gynandromorphic adj. gynandromorphous gynandromorphism n.… …   English World dictionary

  • Gynandromorph — A gynandromorph is an organism that contains both male and female characteristics. The term gynandromorph , from Greek gyn female and andro male, is mainly used in the field of Lepidopterology (butterfly/moth study) or entomology (all insects).… …   Wikipedia

  • gynandromorph — noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary, from Greek gynandros + morph Date: circa 1890 an abnormal individual exhibiting characters of both sexes in various parts of the body ; a sexual mosaic • gynandromorphic adjective •… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Gynandromorph — Porträt eines Gynanders der Riesengespenstschrecke Gynandromorphismus (Griech. gyne, Gen. gynaikos Frau; aner, gen. andros Mann), auch Halbseiten Hermaphrodit oder Gynander, bezeichnet Organismen, die aus männlichen und weiblichen Zellen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • gynandromorph — n. [Gr. gyne, woman; aner, male; morphe, form] An individual in which male and female somatic characters exist; bilateral gynandromorphs, with the left and right halves of different sex; sex mosaic; see intersex, chimera …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • gynandromorph — gynandromorphic, gynandromorphous, adj. gynandromorphism, gynandromorphy, n. /ji nan dreuh mawrf , guy , juy /, n. Biol. an individual exhibiting morphological characteristics of both sexes. [1895 1900; < Gk gýnandro(s) (see GYNANDROUS) + MORPH]… …   Universalium

  • gynandromorph — noun An animal or a person having physical characteristics of both genders. See Also: gynandrous …   Wiktionary

  • gynandromorph — Abnormal individual exhibiting secondary characters of both sexes; particularly well known in insects; occurs also in Crustacea, birds, mammals [Hobbs and Jass, 1988] …   Crustacea glossary

  • gynandromorph — gyn·an·dro·morph ( )gīn an drə .mȯrf, ( )jin n an abnormal individual exhibiting characters of both sexes in various parts of the body: a sexual mosaic gyn·an·dro·mor·phic (.)gīn .an drə mȯr fik, (.)jin adj gyn·an·dro·mor·phism .fiz əm n… …   Medical dictionary

  • gynandromorph — n. one who exhibits both male and female characteristics (Biology) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • gynandromorph — [dʒɪ nandrəmɔ:f, gʌɪ ] noun Zoology & Medicine an abnormal individual, especially an insect, having male and female characteristics. Derivatives gynandromorphic adjective gynandromorphy noun Origin C19: from Gk gunandros (see …   English new terms dictionary

  • gynandromorph — gy·nan·dro·morph …   English syllables

  • gynandromorph — gy•nan•dro•morph [[t]gaɪˈnæn drəˌmɔrf, dʒɪ [/t]] n. dvl an individual having morphological characteristics of both sexes • Etymology: 1895–1900; < Gk gýnandro(s) (see gynandrous) gy•nan dro•mor′phic, gy•nan dro•mor′phous, adj. gy•nan… …   From formal English to slang

  • gynandromorph — /gaɪˈnændrəmɔf/ (say guy nandruhmawf) noun an organism with characteristics of both sexes. {Greek gynandros of doubtful sex + morph} –gynandromorphic /gaɪˌnændrəˈmɔfɪk/ (say guy.nandruh mawfik), gynandromorphous /gaɪˌnændrəˈmɔfəs/ (say… …   Australian English dictionary