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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parthenogenesis

Parthenogenesis involving meiosis is more complicated. In some cases, the offspring are haploid (e.g., male ants). In other cases, collectively called automictic parthenogenesis, the ploidy is restored to diploidy by various means. This is because haploid individuals are not viable in most species.

www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0306987717302694

For simplicity, hereforth ‘parthenogenesis’ will be used in reference to the hypothetical scaffold involving either processes in humans. Notoriously, spontaneous parthenogenetic activation of the human oocyte is not rare, but eventually results in ovarian teratoma, a benign tumour reported at least since the 19th century , .

www.sciforums.com/threads/human-parthenogenesis.36232

In 1956 the medical journal Lancet published a report concerning 19 alleged cases of virgin birth among women in England, who were studied by members of the British Medical Association. The six-month study convinced the investigators that human parthenogenesis was physiologically possible and had actually occurred in some of the women studied [3].

www.zo.utexas.edu/courses/THOC/VirginBirth.pdf

Parthenogenesis in humans may seem far-fetched, but 50 years ago no-one suspected that parthenogenesis could occur in any vertebrate: now all-female species have been documented in fish, amphibians, reptiles and birds (all major orders of vertebrates except mammals). In the mid-1950's, the British medical journal Lancet published an

www.quora.com/Are-there-human-instances-of-parthenogenesis

Certainly not of male babies. The information that will make a child male sits in the Y chromosome, which is something like 59 million characters long. This information has to come from somewhere, and it is absent in a female body; to spontaneou...

www.reference.com/science/parthenogenesis-possible-humans-fe048baf6659bc67

Parthenogenesis is possible in humans but very unlikely to result in a viable baby. In order for an embryo to develop from an unfertilized egg, the egg would have to sense a spike in calcium, skip meiosis and then lose at least two specific maternal genes.

blog.world-mysteries.com/science/parthenogenesis-womens-long-lost-ability-to...

PARTHENOGENESIS: women’s long-lost ability to self-conceive by Den Poitras Part 1: A crash course on parthenogenesis, or virgin birth. Part 2 : The Story of Laurie. After a prolonged fast of over one year, a dear sister/friend of mine conceived and gave birth to a daughter—without the involvement of a man. Be assured, this is a […]

slate.com/news-and-politics/2007/12/is-it-possible-for-a-virgin-to-give-birth.html

Parthenogenesis in humans never produces viable embryos, though, because unfertilized eggs lack specific instructions about gene expression from the sperm. ... Bonus Explainer: Are there any case ...

www.cbsnews.com/news/virgin-births-claimed-by-1-percent-of-us-moms-study

Roughly 1 percent of moms may be virgins -- or so they claim in a new survey. Virgin birth, or parthenogenesis, typically occurs in non-humans that reproduce asexually, including sharks, Komodo ...

gnosticwarrior.com/the-science-of-being-born-of-a-virgin.html

In fact, there are modern cases of humans being born through virgin births, which is a form of asexual reproduction in which growth and development of embryos occur without fertilization. In humans, a virgin birth or asexual reproduction can only occur if a woman’s eggs develop successfully without having sex or sperm from a partner.