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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In a genetic female, bipotential gonads develop as ovaries; other undifferentiated structures develop as uterus, oviducts, vagina, clitoris, and labia.
If someone You you're only it dents gave me a look I'd think, 'Can they see my bald spot?'" When her GP told her it was genetic female pattern baldness, she didn't think anything would help.
With no genetic female moms to pass on the feminizing W chromosome, the next generation inherited only Z chromosomes.
(2008) Degree of sex differentiation of genetic female chicken treated with different doses of an aromatase inhibitor.
An aromatase inhibitor or high water temperature induce oocyte apoptosis and depletion of P450 aromatase activity in the gonads of genetic female zabratish during sex-reversal.
Congenital adrenal hyperplasia has several forms, the most common of which causes the genetic female to appear male.
(59) In most cases, the child is classified as a genetic female at birth.
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.
Estrogens are implicated as the principal endocrine regulators in the normal development of ovaries in genetic female fish (22).
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.
Cellular analysis of the genetic females' gonads revealed that the organs developed as a mixture of egg-producing and sperm-producing tissues ("ovotestes").