- asexual reproduction by buds, offshoots, cell division, etc.
Origin of agamogenesis
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For what are the phenomena of Agamogenesis, stated generally?
For what are the phænomena of Agamogenesis, stated generally?Lay Sermons, Addresses and Reviews</p>
Thomas Henry Huxley
No case of Agamogenesis is known in which, 'when A differs widely from B', it is itself capable of sexual propagation.
Agamogenesis, a-gam-o-jen′e-sis, n. reproduction without sex, found among lower animals and in plants.
Agamogenesis: reproduction without fertilization by a male: see parthenogenesis; gamogenesis.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology
John. B. Smith
- asexual reproduction, such as fission or parthenogenesis
C19: agamic + genesis
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