(/ˌpɑːrθɪnoʊˈdʒɛnɪsɪs, -θɪnə-/; from the Gr**** παρθένος, parthenos, 'virgin' + γένεσις, genesis, 'creation') is a natural
form of a****ual...
in the families Boidae
and Pythonidae; for example, parthenogenic reproduction produced
only females rather
than males, which
is the opposite...
- contrast, in the South
Aral Sea only a few nematodes, rotifers, and parthenogenic brine shrimp
exist. Most of the area was inhabited
any time of day or night. This species
is notable because
it is parthenogenic
, which means
are not necessary
for reproduction. As such...
- even **** ratio, either periodically
or permanently. Examples include parthenogenic
species, periodically mating organisms
such as aphids, some eusocial...
- life cycle
stages: egg, nymph
and adult. Many phasmids
, and do not require fertilized
eggs for female offspring
to be produced...
- both families comprise
the Teiioidea. The Teiidae includes several parthenogenic species
– a mode of clonal
reproduction. Presently, the Teiidae
- the development
or mystical method
that allow female parthenogenic
reproduction. Charlotte Perkins
Gilman's 1915 novel approaches
- claws, is used to differentiate
, both males
present, although females
with the Pleuroceridae. About
50 species. Thiaridae, high-spired parthenogenic snails
of the tropics, includes those referred
to as "trumpet snails"...