Gynandromorphism

Definition of Gynandromorphism

Gy`nan`dro`mor´phism   Pronunciation: jĭ`năn`drô`môr´fĭz'm
n.1.(Zool.) An abnormal condition of certain animals, in which one side has the external characters of the male, and the other those of the female.
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Gymnophthalmata
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