Sex Specific Cell Differentiation in Different Types of Intersexes of Lymantria dispar L.

@inproceedings{Mosbacher1975SexSC,
  title={Sex Specific Cell Differentiation in Different Types of Intersexes of Lymantria dispar L.},
  author={G. Mosbacher},
  year={1975}
}
From studies made by Goldschmidt (1934), the gipsy moth, Lymantria dispar L., is known as a classical example for genetically induced intersexuality. Its exceptional position among other intersex producing insects is based firstly on the distinct sex dimorphism, which permits investigation of the differentiation of various sex specific characteristics, and secondly on the existence of different types of intersexuality (Mosbacher, 1968, 1973). Besides the usual diversities in the internal and… Expand
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