Gynandromorphism



[ji-nan-druh-mawrf, gahy-, jahy-] /dʒɪˈnæn drəˌmɔrf, gaɪ-, dʒaɪ-/

noun, Biology.
1.
an individual exhibiting morphological characteristics of both sexes.
/dʒɪˈnændrəʊˌmɔːf; ɡaɪ-; dʒaɪ-/
noun
1.
an organism, esp an insect, that has both male and female physical characteristics Compare hermaphrodite (sense 1)

gynandromorphism gy·nan·dro·mor·phism (jĭ-nān’drə-môr’fĭz’əm, gī-, jī-)
n.
The occurrence of both male and female characteristics in an organism.

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