Parthenogenesis: When Animals Reprodu...

Parthenogenesis: When Animals Reproduce Without a Mate

There are 2 comments on the findingDulcinea story from Mar 25, 2010, titled Parthenogenesis: When Animals Reproduce Without a Mate. In it, findingDulcinea reports that:

In the wild, some female animals are able to create offspring without the help of a mate, a process known as parthenogenesis.

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George

Portland, OR

#1 Mar 20, 2013
this is pretty cool. i like it a lot
Karma Sherub

Thimphu, Bhutan

#2 Apr 2, 2013
I really wanted to text the genetic inheritance to next generation via parthenogenesis

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