parthenogenic
adjective see parthenogenesis

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  • parthenogenic — adjective see parthenogenetic * * * ˌparthenoˈgenic, a. [Cf. Gr. παρθενογενής virgin born.] = parthenogenetic 1. So partheˈnogenous a. in same sense; partheˈnogeny = parthenogenesis. in Century Dict …   Useful english dictionary

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