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Reproductive Biology of Invertebrates, Volume 11, Progress in Asexual Reproduction Hardcover – August 7, 2001

ISBN-13: 978-0471489689 ISBN-10: 0471489689 Edition: Volume 11

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"...a trove of information...central message is clear...important and worth reading..." (Entomologia Generalis, Vol 109(12), Dec 2003)

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The story of invertebrate gametes-their structure, origin, composition, physiology, and production mechanisms-was told in Volumes I and II; how accessory sex gland secretions facilitate their packaging, storage, survival, and delivery in Volume III; events leading to and following the union of gametes such as insemination, sperm-egg interaction, fertilization, development, embryonic nutrition, eclosion, and larval settlement and metamorphosis in Volume IV; different aspects of invertebrate sexology such as patterns of sexuality, sex determination, sexual differentiation, and maturation, sexual receptivity and behaviour, and sex changes in Volume V; asexual propogation and regeneration, parthenogenesis, special modes of reproduction such as polyembryony and paedogenesis, fecundity, sterility, breeding cycles, reproductive strategies (life-history tactics), and interspecific reproductive isolation in Volume VI; molecular and other aspects of differentiation and development of selected invertebrate groups in Volume VII; regulation of reproduction in representative acoelomates, pseudocoelomates, and schizocoelomates in Volume VIII; progress in male gamete ultrastructure and phylogeny in Volume IX; progress in developmental endocrinology in Volume X. Volume XI Progress in Asexual Reproduction, records progress in our knowldege on the subject and provides much new information.

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