polyembryonic (not comparable)
- (botany) Polyembryonate.
- 2009, Richard E. Litz, The Mango: Botany, Production and Uses, →ISBN, page 369:
- Polyembryony is common in mango cultivars that originated and are grown in the moist tropics. In Knight et al. (Chapter 3, this volume), there is a survey of the major polyembryonic and monoembryonic mango cultivars.
- 2013, John Avise, Evolutionary Perspectives on Pregnancy, →ISBN, page 157:
- However, the phenomenon of sporadic polyembryony might be underreported for many sexual species because, to my knowledge, no one has searched methodically- using suitable genetic markers- for polyembryonic (clonemate) progeny in nature.