Definition of unisexuality in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌsekSHo͞oˈalitē/


See unisexual

‘There are also ‘alternative mating systems,’ which include alternative male strategies, hermaphroditism, and unisexuality.’
  • ‘It is likely that he achieved just the effect he was after here, as audiences are forced to confront in full force not homosexuality but unisexuality.’
  • ‘Not all species have been fully investigated, but Millener has estimated that about 25% exhibit unisexuality in New Zealand compared with only 8% in the British flora.’
  • ‘A major emphasis has been to evaluate the functional significance of interspecific hybridization, unisexuality and polyploidy in the evolutionary biology of these unusual fish.’