In this paper we describe the sexual generation of another known species, Disholcaspis quercusvirens (Ashmead).
quercusvirens galls, and 4 sexual males from the putative sexual generation galls of D.
The sexual generation of Disholcaspis is similar to those of some other Cynipini genera.
Asexual generation A and sexual generation B followed the same growth-law and were thus homologous, whereas asexual generation C (the 'fruit') followed a different growth-law and was thus antithetic to A and B.
The bombshell dropped when Strasburger (1894) reported that the asexual generation of ferns had twice the number of chromosomes of the sexual generation.
a multicellular body with the doubled number of chromosomes growing attached to a sexual generation with the reduced number of chromosomes).
Because the fluctuations became very regular, we assessed the approach to a cyclic pseudoequilibrium by comparing the average number of lethals during the current sexual generation with the number during a previous sexual generation, using the same level of sensitivity as the proportional model.
We analyzed a range of selfing rates in the sexual generation for each degree of asexuality.
All values reported for average number of lethals, inbreeding depression, and variance to mean ratio of recessive lethal mutations, are the values experienced during the sexual generation of the pseudoequilibrium cycles.