parthenogenetic

[ par-thuh-noh-jen-uh-sis ]SEE DEFINITION OF parthenogenetic

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Heterogeny: the alternation of sexual and parthenogenetic generations.

They were not merely hermaphroditic, nor androgynous, nor parthenogenetic.

He is reputed to have been one of twins, children of the Sun and a maid by parthenogenetic conception.

Why must those loathsome and parthenogenetic green flies devour the tender roses?

Multiplication by budding or by the parthenogenetic production of eggs is not known to occur.

The parthenogenetic eggs, as in other Cladocera, develop directly, but the resting eggs give rise to larv of the nauplius type.

Leuckart looks upon these worms as females, and their reproduction as parthenogenetic.

Probably the parthenogenetic strain was the form involved in most Pacific areas.

Study of the bisexual and parthenogenetic strains of Pycnoscelus surinamensis (Blattaria: Epilamprinae).

Equatorial plate of segmentation spindle of parthenogenetic egg.

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