female offspring

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Antonyms for female offspring

a child who is female

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The mean proportion of parasitoid female offspring recorded from VIENNA 8 strain and from wild-type strain ranged between 32-68% and 47-52%, respectively.
We similarly hypothesized that there would be a greater proportion of male than female offspring born early during the breeding season, and there would be an increase in the proportion of female offspring born as the breeding season progressed in Alabama.
Subsequent generations of male rats also had the prostate and testes defects, and both male and female offspring developed kidney problems and tumors.
Technologies such as sorted semen, which results in about 90 percent female offspring, now are being used to breed the best dairy cows to provide replacements.
Home ranges of her 4 female offspring proved to be about the same as their natal ranges.
For these wasps to survive, the females must resort to parthenogenesis, and under these conditions, they can produce only female offspring.
Long-Evans rats are being used to demonstrate the effects of a non-ortho-substituted PCB congener (3,3'4,4'-tetrachlorobiphenyl) on the physiology of reproduction and sexual behaviors in female offspring.
But without mistresses or adopted sons, the only way to maintain imperial heredity under the Constitution would be to allow direct female offspring also to ascend the throne.
In her natural uncivilised state, she would have a strong dependency on the uncivilised nigger male, and she would have a limited protective tendency toward her independent male offspring and would raise the female offspring to be dependent like her.
Female offspring born to these mothers were small at first, but then put on an unusually fast growth spurt before settling down to a normal weight.
With our transgenic process, we could produce bulls who would father only female offspring.
Table 2 shows that male offspring were less likely than female offspring to choose membership in their mother's religion (56% vs.
No abnormalities were observed in female offspring exposed to any dose of finasteride in utero.
Mothers and Daughters - an anthology devised by Syms - looks at the often volatile relationships between mums and their female offspring.
Professor Ellis said: 'These analyses support the conclusion that female offspring are more vulnerable to alterations in sexual orientation via exposure to a variety of prescription drugs, and suggest that this vulnerability is greatest during the first trimester'.