Denoting or possessing a genetic system in which females develop from fertilized (diploid) eggs and males from unfertilized (haploid) ones.
- ‘However, results for X-linked loci are also generally applicable to any haplodiploid genetic system.’
- ‘Easypop can simulate haploid, diploid, or haplodiploid organisms.’
- ‘The honeybee, like other hymenopteran species, is characterized by a haplodiploid system of reproduction.’
- ‘The most common mode of haplodiploid reproduction is arrhenotoky where males develop from unfertilized haploid eggs and females from fertilized diploid eggs.’
- ‘Haploid development results in production of male progeny in the haplodiploid Nasonia but is lethal in mosquitoes and Drosophila.’
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