Thelytoky

Thelytoky (from the Greek thēlys `female` and tokos `birth`) is a type of parthenogenesis in which females are produced from unfertilized eggs. Thelytokous parthenogenesis is rare in the animal kingdom and reported in about 1,500 species, about 1% of described animal species, according to a 1984 study. It is more common in invertebrates, like...
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thelytoky

(from the article `hymenopteran`) Parthenogenesis, which occurs in many insect orders, is particularly common in the Hymenoptera and can occur in three forms: arrhenotoky, thelytoky, ...
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thelytoky

parthenogenetic production of females only
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