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Polyad vs. Pollinium

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  • Polyad (noun)

    A group consisting of an indeterminate number of items.

  • Polyad (noun)

    An element whose valence is greater than two.

  • Pollinium (noun)

    A coherent mass of pollen, as in the milkweed and most orchids, which is dispersed as a single unit during pollination.

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