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Aspects of the topic mictic-egg are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References rotifer parthenogenesis ( in reproductive behaviour (zoology): Flatworms and rotifers ) ...When the population reaches a peak in the early summer, a second type of egg is produced. If unfertilized, this egg, which is called mictic, results in males. As...
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Mictic,egg,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... mictic egg. A thin shell ed haploid egg. ...
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Larvae hatching out of these unfertilized mictic eggs develop into haploid males. ... Mictic eggs which will hatch into males are significantly smaller in size, while ...
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Rotifers have two types of eggs, amictic eggs and. mictic eggs. ... If unfertilized mictic eggs develop quickly and parthenogenetically into males; ...
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The mean egg ratio of unfertilised mictic. Hexarthra females is about two to three times greater ... in the egg bank hatching into mictic stem females. ...
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males that hatched from mictic eggs. Female eggs with ... ing) and male eggs (unsuccessful mating) by mictic. females was recorded. ...
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The mictic females produce resting eggs only if they are inseminated at a young age. ... (IV) Mictic females with resting eggs ...
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If mictic eggs are not fertilized, they. hatch and form males ... When a mictic egg is fertilized by a male, they. form thick-walled encysted embryos known ...
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Mictic females lay haploid eggs that ... ( A) Mictic female with long posterolateral spines and two ... eggs were observed to hatch into mictic ...
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... stimuli can cause production of mictic eggs that can produce a haploid male ... mictic fertilized eggs overwinter and can withstand freezing and drying ...
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Thin-shelled, mitic eggs are _If the mictic egg is not fertilized, it develops ... An egg hatches on warm moist soil and releases a small juvenile. ...
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The egg ratio for amictic and mictic eggs increases during the night. ... Oviposition of amictic and mictic eggs was not related with density of H. ...
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... females may produce haploid mictic eggs that if not fertilized, develop ... If these mictic eggs are fertilized, they become resistant eggs that can remain ...
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Mictic eggs (thin shelled, Haploid) -if eggs not fertilized ---> devel partheno into male -if fertilized ---> mictic egg secretes a thick, heavy shell and becomes ...
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... the rotifer illustrated below and the difference beween amictic and mictic eggs. ... 1. What is the difference between mictic and amictic eggs of rotifers? ...
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Mictic eggs are haploid (N) and hatch into males ... Amictic and Mictic Eggs. 5. ... Brachionus – very common; carrying an egg; mass cultured as food for ...
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Rotifera ( rō′tifərə ) ( invertebrate zoology ) A class of the phylum ... The haploid mictic egg either waits to be fertilized by a male or, if it is not ...
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AE->Mictic ™ (2N) which produces normal mictic eggs (N)(by normal meiosis) ... Copulation results in fertilized eggs in the brood sac which develops a ...
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