In 2004 the Russian Orthodox Church sponsored the publication of “Virginity and telegony.”
It was as a matter of fact thought to be an example of that rather doubtfully-occurring phenomenon, "telegony."
The phenomenon has recently been endowed with a new name—telegony.
The curious phenomenon of telegony is not limited, however, to plants.
Weismann does not absolutely deny the possibility of the existence of telegony, but he would like more evidence.
Pre-natal culture and telegony were found to be mere delusions.
His experiments so far support the view of Continental mule breeders, that telegony, if it takes place, occurs very seldom.
telegony is still believed by many animal breeders, but it has no place in science.
The idea of telegony, the persistent influence of the first mating, may be invoked to explain this discrepancy.
Although his experiments have been devised so as to conduce in every way possible to telegony his results have been negative.