Gynander see gynandromorph

gynandrarchy n. [Gr. gyne, woman; aner, male; archon, leader] (ARTHRO: Insecta) Social organization among insects differing from gynarchy in that the male takes part in establishing the colony.

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.

gynandromorphism n. [Gr. gyne, woman; aner, male; morphe, form] The condition of being a gynandromorph. gy-nandromorphic a.

gynandry n. [Gr. gyne, woman; aner, male] Hermaphroditism; also, the condition of a female approximating to the male type of physique.

gynarchy n. [Gr. gyne, woman; archon, leader] (ARTHRO: Insecta) In social insects, a colony organization in which a female initiates and dominates.

gynecaner, gynaecaner n. [Gr. gynaiko, womanly; aner, male] (ARTHRO: Insecta) In Hymenoptera, a male ant of certain parasitic and workerless genera that resembles a female rather than a worker, but having the same number of antennal joints and according to the genus may be wingless; a gynaecomorphic male.

gynecoid n. [Gr. gynaiko, womanly; eidos, like] (ARTHRO: Insecta) In Hymenoptera, a large egg laying worker ant.

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