unfertilised eggs in a sentence
1. The female visits the nursery sites regularly and deposits unfertilised eggs in the water and these are consumed by the tadpoles.
2. A minority of lizards have parthenogenesis (reproduction from unfertilised eggs).
3. The freshwater species are parthenogenetic, producing unfertilised eggs, and at least one species is viviparous.
4. Males (drones) are haploid and develop from unfertilised eggs, while females (both workers and the queen) are diploid and develop from fertilised eggs.
5. Iran bans sperm donation but allows donation of both fertilised and unfertilised eggs.
6. Unfertilised eggs become haploid males;
7. Female budgerigars can lay eggs without a male partner, but these unfertilised eggs will not hatch.
8. Many aphids are capable of parthenogenesis, producing young from unfertilised eggs;
9. the mother lays unfertilised eggs on which the developing larvae feed in the uterus, and intrauterine cannibalism has been reported in some halfbeaks.
10. These surviving embryos continue to feed on a steady supply of unfertilised eggs.
11. The zona pellucida is a thick membrane that surrounds the unfertilised eggs of mammals.
12. Ovuliparity means the female lays unfertilised eggs (ova), which must then be externally fertilised.
13. Workers are able to lay unfertilised eggs specifically to feed the larvae;
14. In contrast to most fishes that spawn unfertilised eggs, the deepwater redfish has internal fertilisation and spawns free-living larvae.
15. The function of these unfertilised eggs are nutritional, not reproduction.
16. The female feeds the tadpoles on an ongoing basis by laying unfertilised eggs in the water bodies.
17. Here the tadpoles develop and the female periodically deposits unfertilised eggs in the water on which they feed.
18. Unfertilised eggs are sometimes laid.
19. This is an external method of reproduction where the female releases many unfertilised eggs into the water.
20. There often is confusion in applying the term to various classes of unfertilised eggs and trophic eggs, depending on the area of expertise.
21. Unfertilised eggs remain milky white and do not develop further.
22. The smaller males hatch from unfertilised eggs (like other in Hymenoptera) and are provisioned with smaller spider prey than female eggs.
23. It is generally conceived that the unfertilised eggs are ingested by the snail, but there has been no direct observation.
24. Males on the other hand are haploid and develop from unfertilised eggs.
25. She also lays trophic (unfertilised) eggs for their nourishment.
26. Male larvae are produced from unfertilised eggs and are few in number;
27. The females are diploid and are produced by fertilised eggs while the males are haploid and are produced from unfertilised eggs.
28. Fertilised eggs develop into female wasps and unfertilised eggs into males, a behaviour known as arrhenotoky.
29. On the California red scale, this wasp is thelytokous, with female offspring being produced from unfertilised eggs.
30. ISCo has found a way of producing embryonic-like stem cells from unfertilised eggs.
- virtually anything
- small prey
- Siren spp
- aquatic plant material
- the invertebrates
- Xenohyla truncata
- a large quantity
- its diet
- The Mexican burrowing toad
- a specially adapted tongue
- the tip
- other frogs
- the rear part
- their tongues
- the front
- dim light
- a feeding response
- fish hooks
- red flannel
- green frogs
- This response
- odoriferous prey
- Cave-dwelling amphibians
- immobile prey
- no smell
- complete darkness
- small hinged pedicellate teeth
- a feature
- an uncalcified layer
- one or two rows
- both jaws
- Rana spp
- no teeth
- vomerine teeth
- a facial bone
- unwary invertebrates
- Others amphibians
- the Bufo spp
- the Argentine
- Ceratophrys ornata