Chromosome inheritance in parthenogenetic lizards and evolution of allopolyploidy in reptiles

@inproceedings{Cole1979ChromosomeII,
  title={Chromosome inheritance in parthenogenetic lizards and evolution of allopolyploidy in reptiles},
  author={Charles M. Cole},
  year={1979}
}
ABOUT one percent of the 3,000 species of lizards in the world have all-female populations in which reproduction seems to be by true parthenogenesis (as opposed to gynogenesis or hybridogenesis). For some species, no males have ever been found at any localities. For a few species, all-female populations occur at some localities, bisexual populations at others. (In unisexual populations all normal individuals are females. In bisexual populations males and females normally exist.) Cytological… CONTINUE READING

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