Perfect

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Perfect could mean:


In mathematics:

In biology:

  • In botany and mycology, an organism is considered perfect if it is capable of sexual reproduction; otherwise it is imperfect.
    • Fungi in the Division Deuteromycota (informally called the Fungi imperfecti) are so classified because sexual reproduction is unknown (or may not occur) in these species.
    • A flower is called "perfect" (or synoecious) if it has both male and female reproductive parts. A perfect or hermaphroditic flower has both stamens and an ovary. If a flower has just male or just female parts it is termed 'imperfect'.

In music:

As a proper name: