parthenogenetically love



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  • adv. In a parthenogenetic way.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • By parthenogenesis.


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  • I doubt that “parthenogenetically derived eggs” would be able to meet the demands of a commercial production operation.

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  • A few species have given up sex entirely, and reproduce only parthenogenetically.


  • Most conchostracans reproduce sexually, but other species reproduce parthenogenetically.


  • Most cladocerans reproduce both parthenogenetically and sexually, employing a breeding system termed cyclic parthenogenesis.


  • I read with ashen resignation that Maureen Dowd, the professional spinster of the New York Times, will soon birth a book, no doubt parthenogenetically, called Are Men Necessary?

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  • The offspring of a double individual, originated in this way, increase for some time parthenogenetically by simple fission without conjugation, until at length a second conjugation takes place among them.

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  • The little green aphis, so numerous on our rose-bushes, can reproduce parthenogenetically so long as conditions are good, – while it is warm and there is enough to eat; but, when conditions grow hard, males are developed, and the dual method of reproduction is introduced.

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  • After the fourth moult, the young aphides attain maturity; and then they give origin, parthenogenetically, to a second brood, also of imperfect females, all produced without any fathers.

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  • ISCO believes that its hpSCs have benefits over embryonic, induced pluripotent (iPS) or adult stem cells which minimise the likelihood of ethical, safety and regulatory concerns. hpSCs are derived from parthenogenetically activated human oocytes.

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  • Most tardigrades reproduce parthenogenetically, but a few reproduce sexually.

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