Introduction to parthenogenesis, Biology

Parthenogenesis

The development of egg to form an animal without fertilization is called as parthnogenesis.

Parthenogenesis was discovered by Charles Bonnet in the egg of sea urchin.

The generation obtained as a result of parthenogeneis is called as parthenote.

In parthenote only female character express.

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