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androgenetic

/an·dro·ge·net·ic/ (-jĕ-net´ik) caused by androgens.

androgenetic

(an″drŏ-jĕ-net′ik) [ andro- + genetic]
Pert. to or caused by male hormones.
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Psychological effects of androgenetic alopecia on women: Comparisons with balding men and with female controls.
Microspores of androgenetic genotypes are able to develop haploid proembryoids which may be regenerated in green haploid plantlets.
Dermal papilla cells (DPCs), a group of specialized fibroblasts within the hair follicle bulb, have an essential function in the control of hair growth not only in the normal hair cycle but also in the pathogenesis of certain conditions, for example in androgenetic alopecia (Inui et al.
Perifollicular fibrosis: pathogenetic role in androgenetic alopecia.
Research from the University of Pennsylvania has also linked low iron stores to both androgenetic alopecia and alopecia areata.
Stress is thought to play a role in the onset of alopecia areata, but data from 46 patients (25 with androgenetic alopecia, 21 with alopecia areata) suggest that stress may not affect patients' attitude after hair loss occurs.
Indeed, in this family a number of microspore-derived androgenetic haploid plantlets are albinos, and the plastids of the initial microspore are involved in this process (Caredda et al.
Male or female pattern baldness, referred to as androgenetic alopecia, accounts for the vast majority of hair loss.
More than 30 million American men have androgenetic alopecia, better-known as male-pattern baldness, a condition caused by genetics and hormones in the scalp.
In a nutshell--if you'll forgive the insinuation--you are balding because of what the experts, to display their expertise, have chosen to term androgenetic alopecia (enough to cause hair loss right there).
Such an androgenetic embryo develops in the cytoplasm of the hybridogenetic egg, through the fusion of two sperm nuclei among the many normally found in these polyspermic eggs.