An elongated column on which both the androecium (male organs) and gynoecium (female organs) are borne in certain flowers (e.g. that of the passion flower).
Late 19th century. From gynandro- + -phore, probably after French gynandrophore.
gynandrophore/dʒɪˈnandrə(ʊ)fɔː/ /dʒʌɪˈnandrə(ʊ)fɔː/ /ɡʌɪˈnandrə(ʊ)fɔː/
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