Androgenetics and Triploids from an Interacting Parthenogenetic Hybrid and Its Ancestors in Stick Insects.

Abstract

Populations of unisexual organisms are often assumed to be genetically invariant (clones) and destined to a short existence on an evolutionary timescale. Unisexual organisms are most often obligate parthenogens and, by definition, ought to be completely isolated reproductively from related bisexual organisms. The assumption of complete reproductive… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.1996.tb02365.x

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