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Female Sexual Development


  1. Female development does not require the presence of a gonad, and the ovary plays no part in primary sexual development.
  2. This means that a neuter embryo will always develop along female lines.
  3. The testis-determining factor is the SRY gene carried in the sex-determining region of the Y chromosome. Q
  4. The indifferent gonad develops into an ovary when no Y chromosome is present, although two functional X chromosomes are usually required for normal ovarian differentiation. Q

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