Lipopolysaccharide exposure decreases parthenogenetic
development of bovine oocytes
reproduction has been verified in a few harpacticoid species.
The chance inheritable parthenogenetic
production of unreduced diploid eggs and allospecific males by one such hybrid gyne would have originated M.
Zhou et al., "A highly homozygous and parthenogenetic
human embryonic stem cell line derived from a one-pronuclear oocyte following in vitro fertilization procedure," Cell Research, vol.
organisms may in the future be genetically
1), as were present in syntopic congener in Presidio County, diploid parthenogenetic
Other examples of extreme dorsal color pattern variants of parthenogenetic
species have been reported in A.
bidentatus, and the three types of eggs (parthenogenetic
, sexual unfertilized and sexual fertilized) using SEM and TEM.
The distinction between sexual and parthenogenetic
reproduction was based on the observation of markers of exclusively paternal origin in the full-sib progenies, since parthenogenetic
reproduction produces diploid offspring that are genetically identical to the mother.
Reproduction of the weevil is sexual in its native region and parthenogenetic
in California and other areas where introduced (Takenouchi 1978, Zhu et al.
Apparently these 'virgin births' or parthenogenetic
reproduction (try saying that five times really quickly) started back in 2007.
These populations may occur in limited areas unoccupied by sexual species and in disturbed habitats, but some parthenogenetic
species of Aspidoscelis are also widely syntopic with sexual species.
The observed specimen, a 722 mm long parthenogenetic
female, presented diagnostic features of I.
Study of the cytogenetics of Morabinae grasshoppers of Australia confronted White with a diversity of evolutionary problems, among them the existence of a parthenogenetic
grasshopper of hybrid origin (Warramaba virgo), and the extraordinary chromosomal diversity of the genus Vandiemenella, formerly, the 'viatica' group of morabine grasshoppers.
Oceanside, CA, June 10, 2010 --(PR.com)-- International Stem Cell Corporation (OTCBB:ISCO.OB), announced today that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted ISCO patent number 7,732,202, the first of several pending patents relating to its development of human parthenogenetic
stem cells (hpSC).