genetic male

genetic male

n.
1. An individual with one X-chromosome and one Y-chromosome, the normal male karyotype.
2. An individual whose cell nuclei do not contain Barr bodies.
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Although the double recessive genetic male sterility (GMS) line, ms5ms6, of upland cotton has been extensively used in breeding programs, possible mechanisms of pollen abortion remain unknown.
Effects of estrogens on Tilapia aurea: implication for production of monosex genetic male tilapia.
The genetic male with absent penis and urethrorectal communication: Experience with 5 patients.
Can removing external organs of the genetic female and external organs of the genetic male be considered a form of prohibited castration?
Analysis of sterility observed in Agrifound White A indicated that it is probably of GMS ( Genetic male sterility) type and the male fertility is dominant over male sterility and is a new source of male sterility in onion.
Based on nonbolting tendency, sugar concentration and yield, and resistance to rhizomania and powdery mildew, a 5 to 10% selection intensity was imposed and stecklings of the selected families were recombined through the segregating genetic male steriles.
Disruption of sexual differentiation in genetic male common carp (Cyprinus carpio) exposed to an alkylphenol during different life stages.
If the child is a genetic male his external genitalia are normal.
CN12 is a multigerm, self-fertile population that segregates for genetic male sterility and hypocotyl color (75% red).
THERE HAVE BEEN many reports of genetic male sterilty (GMS) of wheat in the literature.
C842 is a monogerm (mm), self-fertile (St), genetic male sterile (A-:aa) facilitated, random-mated population.
The appearance of a genetic male showing female or intersex gonads, or vice versa, would demonstrate an effect of the treatments.