masculinisation


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Synonyms for masculinisation

the abnormal development of male sexual characteristics in a female (usually as the result of hormone therapies or adrenal malfunction)

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Furthermore, Madrid is declaring another priority: putting a stop to the masculinisation and ageing of the rural population in Europe.
It situates concerns with food security as part of a broader contemporary political challenge to the power of global corporations in agriculture, the push for developing nations to grow cash crops for export and 'the masculinisation of biodiversity that has led to violent technologies' adversely affective food production (p.
Masculinisation of the physiotherapy workforce: While physiotherapy remains a female-dominated profession, the proportion of males is increasing and has risen from 16% in 1986 to 27% in 2001.
Ces resultats apportent un soutien a la suggestion d'une << masculinisation >> des femmes et d'une << feminisation >> des hommes ayant un diagnostic de schizophrenie.
Early life exposure to environmental levels of the eromatase inhibitor tributyltin causes masculinisation and irreversible sperm damage in zebrafish (Danio rerio).
This paper examines masculinisation and colonial ideologies that surface at the intersection of 'machete' (with its connotative associations) and the suburbs in the United States.
What you would expect is a global change in the masculinisation of a male baby.