genetic female

ge·net·ic fe·male

1. a person with a normal female karyotype, including two X chromosomes;
2. a person whose cell nuclei contain Barr sex chromatin bodies, which are normally absent in males.

ge·net·ic fe·male

(jĕ-net'ik fē'māl)
1. A person with a normal female karyotype, including two X chromosomes.
2. A person whose cell nuclei contain Barr sex chromatin bodies, which are normally absent in males.
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Estrogens are implicated as the principal endocrine regulators in the normal development of ovaries in genetic female fish (22).
Y chromosome specific) and is not present in genetic females (i.
With no genetic female moms to pass on the feminizing W chromosome, the next generation inherited only Z chromosomes.
233) It would be incredibly difficult, therefore, for a state to provide a sufficiently important interest to justify allowing one to marry a genetic female and not the others because all three couples would appear same-sex.
Although the case before the Court involved a marriage between a genetic male and a genetic female, the Court did not specifically hold that this type of marriage is the only type that is constitutionally protected.
Eads's prized circle, which includes a few genetic female and male partners, comes together at the annual transgender support convention from which the movie takes its title.
Fish from control groups expressed their phenotypic sex in accordance to their genetic sex, as did genetic females from all groups.
The gonadal development of genetic females was not affected by the treatments, suggesting that the effluents primarily have estrogenic activity.
Genetic males produce a pigment that makes them orange, while genetic females are white.
Also, application of estrogen antagonists such as tamoxifen, and aromatase inhibitors such as fadrazole have successfully sex-reversed genetic females to phenotypic males.
The pair point out that fourteen of the twenty diverse fish genera previously reported as having TSD in fact have sex chromosomes, and that it takes unnatural temperatures found only in the laboratory to masculinize their genetic females.
ORLANDO -- Genetic females with congenital adrenal hyperplasia and ambiguous genitalia who, as infants, were surgically corrected to a female phenotype had a lower feminine sexual role and a tendency toward depression as adults, based on extensive follow-up of 11 patients.