Development of Sex Differences
- Activational effects
Transient effects of hormones that occur throughout life.
- Asexual reproduction
Offspring produced from a single organism that inherits the entire genome of the parent organism.
Having two sets of chromosomes or double the number of chromosomes in the germ cell.
Cooperative breeding strategy in which usually one female and a few males are reproductively active, whereas the rest of the nonbreeding members provide care for the offspring of the colony and gather food and resources for the colony.
Having a set of chromosomes equal to the number in the germ cell.
Refers to the sex of a species that has two different sex chromosomes.
Refers to the sex of a species that has two of the same-sex chromosomes.
- Intersexual competition
Mate choice, occurs when an individual is...
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