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RE: Parthenogenesis in vertebrates

> The article states: "Dr Paulo Prodohl [said],
> '...The discovery that
> sharks can reproduce asexually by parthenogenesis
> now changes this
> paradigm, leaving mammals as the only major
> vertebrate group where
> this form of reproduction has not been seen.'"

He seems to have done his background research quite
well. One might in doubt just ask Prodohl for

I *think* I discussed a suspected case of
parthenogetic reproduction in a rodent with some
buddies at university about 10 years ago, but I have
since tried to confirm that every now and then and
couldn't. (Of course, rodents are many)



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