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“…provided new insight into the evolution of insect ovaries. Later, tubuliferan thrips also showed germ cell clusters, indicating that the neo-panoistic ovariole-type prevailed in Thysanoptera [17]. This was supported by our current study using F. occidentalis ovarioles, which did not have nurse cells in the follicles, while a germ cell cluster was found in the germarium.…”
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“…provided new insight into the evolution of insect ovaries. Later, tubuliferan thrips also showed germ cell clusters, indicating that the neo-panoistic ovariole-type prevailed in Thysanoptera [17]. This was supported by our current study using F. occidentalis ovarioles, which did not have nurse cells in the follicles, while a germ cell cluster was found in the germarium.…”
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“…Stys et al [ 14 ] called this type of ovary “neo-panoistic.” Thus, the thysanopteran ovary provided new insight into the evolution of insect ovaries. Later, tubuliferan thrips also showed germ cell clusters, indicating that the neo-panoistic ovariole-type prevailed in Thysanoptera [ 17 ]. This was supported by our current study using F .…”
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