One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘In parthenogenetic populations, traits historically involved in sexual reproduction are no longer under selection and potentially subject to such reduction.’
- ‘The first hypothesis assumes that triploidy is associated with the origin of parthenogenesis and that both diploid and tetraploid parthenogenetic forms are derived.’
- ‘Some make their hosts parthenogenetic, rendering the need for sexual reproduction irrelevant.’
- ‘Sexual reproduction in cyclically parthenogenetic rotifers results in the production of diapausing, fertilized eggs, which can survive for decades in sediment egg banks.’
- ‘It reportedly reproduces exclusively by parthenogenetic female gametes and fragmentation.’
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