Vestigial Organs: To Function or not to Function, that is the Question: The Human Coccyx (Tailbone) Muscles in our Ears and Noses Wisdom Teeth

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What is intersex? How common is intersex? Intersex conditions. How do I know if I have an intersex condition? 5-alpha reductase deficiency; …

Development Of Sex Organs 51 Just look around and notice how many Americans are seriously overweight! Weight-loss is achieved by eating sensibly, combined with activity and exercise.

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Learn about causes and treatment of ambiguous genitalia, a rare disorder of sex development in which a baby’s external genitals are not clearly male or female.

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Disorders of sex development (DSD), sometimes referred to as disorders of sex differentiation or differences of sex development, are medical conditions involving the reproductive system.

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In typical prenatal development, sex organs originate from a common primordium during early gestation and differentiate into male or female sexes.The SRY gene, usually located on the Y chromosome and encoding the testis determining factor, determines the direction of this differentiation.

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Find out about disorders of sex development (DSDs), a group of rare conditions where the reproductive organs and genitals don’t develop as expected.

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Ronaldson-Bouchard and Vunjak-Novakovic discuss the design considerations for single and multi-organ organs-on-a-chip (OOCs) and highlight the potential impact of OOCs as a fast-track opportunity for tissue engineering to advance drug development …

development – Embryonic induction: The organization of the embryo as a whole appears to be determined to a large extent during gastrulation, by which process different regions of the blastoderm are displaced and brought into new spatial relationships to …

3 weeks: Your baby-in-the-making is a ball of cells called a blastocyst. The blastocyst already contains a full set of DNA from you and your partner, which determines sex, eye color, and other traits.

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