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*  Apomixis
Male apomixis (paternal apomixis) involves replacement of the genetic material of the egg cell by that from the pollen. Because ... Facultative apomixis means that apomixis does not always occur, i.e. sexual reproduction can also happen. It appears likely ... Recurrent apomixis, is now more often called gametophytic apomixis: In this type, the megagametophyte has the same number of ... It may also be referred to as male apomixis or paternal apomixis. It involves fusion of the male and female gametes and ...
*  Ploidy
Gametophytic apomixis. In Embryology of angiosperms. Edited by B.M. Johri. Springer, Berlin, Germany. pp. 475-518. * Pehu E ( ...
*  Nucellar embryony
Apomixis Aleza, P.; Juárez, J.; Ollitrault, P.; Navarro, L. (2010). "Polyembryony in non-apomictic citrus genotypes". Annals of ... "Molecular Genetic Analysis of Nucellar Embryony (Apomixis) in Citrus Maximus x Poncirus Trifoliata Using AFLP". Plant & Animal ...
*  Botany
This is one of several types of apomixis that occur in plants. Apomixis can also happen in a seed, producing a seed that ... Some otherwise sterile plant polyploids can still reproduce vegetatively or by seed apomixis, forming clonal populations of ... Savidan, Y. H. (2000). "Apomixis: Genetics and Breeding". Plant Breeding Reviews. 18: 13-86. doi:10.1002/9780470650158.ch2. ...
*  G. Ledyard Stebbins
Apomixis in higher plants. C. W. K. Gleerup, Lund. Ledyard Stebbins, G. (1940). "The Significance of Polyploidy in Plant ... a process known as apomixis). The collaboration between Babcock and Stebbins produced numerous papers and two monographs. The ... their interrelationships and distribution as affected by polyploidy and apomixis. In The American Species of Crepis, Babcock ...
*  Asexual reproduction
Apomixis mainly occurs in two forms: In gametophytic apomixis, the embryo arises from an unfertilized egg within a diploid ... apomixis may or may not involve parthenogenesis. Apomixis in plants is the formation of a new sporophyte without fertilization ... Male apomixis can occur in rare cases, such as the Saharan Cypress Cupressus dupreziana, where the genetic material of the ... The term "apomixis" is also used for asexual reproduction in some animals, notably water-fleas, Daphnia. Some species alternate ...
*  Plantlet
Apomixis Plant propagation Plant reproduction. ...
*  Antennaria rosea
It is polyploid and exhibits apomixis; most all the plants are female and they reproduce asexually. Antennaria roseais a ...
*  Pseudogamy
... see Pseudogamous apomixis, below). A better term for the restrictive sense is centrogamy. Apomixis in flowering plants ( ... autonomous apomixis). Many flowering plants with pseudogamous apomixis require fertilization to produce the endosperm of the ... Pseudogamous apomixis occurs in many families. It is particularly common in Rosaceae and Poaceae, where it occurs in many ... By contrast, autonomous apomixis is the rule among the many apomictic species of Asteraceae including the common dandelion ...
*  Parthenocarpy
The plant equivalent of parthenogenesis is apomixis. Zangerl AR, Nitao JK, Berenbaum MR (1991). "Parthenocarpic fruits in wild ... if it affects every flower the plant can no longer sexually reproduce but might be able to propagate by apomixis or by ...
*  Meloidogyne javanica
... reproduces by obligatory mitotic parthenogenesis (apomixis). See: List of potato diseases List of alfalfa ...
*  Parthenogenesis
Apomixis can apparently occur in Phytophthora, an oomycete. Oospores from an experimental cross were germinated, and some of ... The genetic composition of the offspring depends on what type of apomixis takes place. When endomitosis occurs before meiosis ... Offspring are genetically identical to the parent, indicating it reproduces by apomixis, i.e. parthenogenesis in which the eggs ... Hurtado-Gonzales, O. P.; Lamour, K. H. (2009). "Evidence for inbreeding and apomixis in close crosses ofPhytophthora capsici". ...
*  True-breeding organism
Hanna, W.W.; Bashaw, E.C. (1987). "Apomixis: Its Identification and Use in Plant Breeding1". Crop Sci. 27 (6): 1136-1139. doi: ... Apomixis and parthenogenesis, types of asexual reproduction, also result in true breeding, although the organisms are usually ...
*  Bryan Alwyn Barlow
Heteroploid twins and apomixis in Casuarina nana Sieb. Australian Journal of Botany 6, 204-219. doi:10.1071/BT9580204 Barlow, B ...
*  Megaspore
Vielle-Calzada (Mar-Apr 2002). "Beyond Promiscuity: From Sexuality to Apomixis in Flowering Plants". In Vitro Cellular & ...
*  Danthonia intermedia
This grass also sometimes undergoes apomixis, reproduction without fertilization. This independence of the need for pollination ...
*  Gametogamy
Isogamy Heterogamy Apomixis Beukeboom, L. and Perrin, N. (2014). The Evolution of Sex Determination. Oxford University Press, p ...
*  Orange (fruit)
The sweet orange reproduces asexually (apomixis through nucellar embryony); varieties of sweet orange arise through mutations. ...
*  Alpine plant
These plants tend towards self pollination, apomixis, and vivipary. Because investment in flowers and seed production can be ...
*  Eragrostis curvula
The plant self-fertilizes or undergoes apomixis, without fertilization. This grass is valuable as a forage for livestock in ...
*  Asplenium resiliens
Dyer, Robert J.; Savolainen, Vincent; Schneider, Harald (2012). "Apomixis and reticulate evolution in the Asplenium monanthes ...
*  Bdelloidea
... this is akin to the apomixis seen in some plants. Each individual has paired gonads. Despite having been asexual for millions ...
*  Mating of gastropods
Uniparental reproduction may also occur by apomixis, an asexual process. For the most part, however, land slugs do mate: they ...
*  Cortaderia jubata
It reproduces by apomixis, in which embryos develop without fertilization. This pampas grass, Cortaderia jubata, has long, thin ...
*  Dichanthium annulatum
This grass often reproduces by apomixis, producing seeds without fertilization. It does reproduce sexually at times. Plants can ...