Subject: Is development of the nipple as fetus, the differentiating point for m/f?
Date: Wed Jul 28 11:46:57 1999
Posted by Rachel Glube
Grade level: undergrad
School: Daltech, Dalhousie University
City: Halifax State/Province: Nova Scotia
Area of science: Development
When a fetus is developing, until what stage does the male and
female fetus look and "act" the same. is the development of the
nipple the point of the differentiation between the sexes? Is
the basic anatomy of the fetus developed when the nipple
develops? Dose it have something to do with the ceriole cells
Re: Is development of the nipple as fetus, the differentiating point for m/f?
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