the stamens of a flower collectively.
noun (pl) -cia (-sɪə)
the stamens of a flowering plant collectively
(ān-drē’shē-əm, -shəm)
Plural androecia (ān-drē’shē-ə, -shə)
The male reproductive organs of a flower considered as a group; the stamens. Compare gynoecium.


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