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Because mammals, including human beings, require certain genes to come from sperm, mammals are incapable of parthenogenesis.

The fertilized eggs laid by these forms probably give rise to the parthenogenetic females.

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

The Life of CrustaceaWilliam Thomas Calman

Virgin reproduction recurs regularly, parthenogenetic broods being succeeded by a single sexual brood.

The Life-Story of InsectsGeo. H. Carpenter

If that is so, this is the only account in Passamaquoddy lore in which his parthenogenetic origin is traced.

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

Equatorial plate of segmentation spindle of parthenogenetic egg.

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

The writer has recently examined the gonads of a ten months old parthenogenetic frog.

There are other insects which are parthenogenetic at one time and sexually productive at another.

The Things Which RemainDaniel A. Goodsell

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