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Mr Llywelyn explains that male chromosomes reveal the Welsh, the Basques, the Irish and Scots Gaelic,as well as a tribe called the Kets in Siberia,are all blood brothers.
Before the surgery he had no female reproductive organs, a higher percentage of male chromosomes in his body than female chromosomes and "obscure external genitals".
Indian men from the various groups displayed substantial genetic similarities and few signs of DNA influences from western Asia, where other researchers had already probed patterns in male chromosomes.
Now you sound to be of roughly my generation, but I doubt if I can make you understand because you have male chromosomes.
She has no male chromosomes and has hormone levels typical of a teenage girl as well as female reproductive organs.
110) The court concluded that because Christie presumably had male chromosomes, she was still male and, therefore, could not be legally married to another male.
The Ohio Probate Court, applying a similar analysis to that in Littleton, determined that because Elaine was physically a male at birth and presumably had male chromosomes, she was not entitled to change her birth certificate or obtain a marriage license as a female.
Sergeant Durand and prisoner "Synthia" Kavanagh still possess the male chromosomes which God gave them and which they were born with; the surgeons and the Human Rights Commission cannot wish these away.
These treatments prevent the loss of a set of female chromosomes which would otherwise be eliminated during cell division to make room for insertion of the male chromosomes.
The other is anatomically male but genetic tests showed both have some male chromosomes and some female.
They used a method called parthenogenesis, found in some insects and reptiles, that does not require sperm or male chromosomes.
Prof Lai is clear that when PLC-zeta is added to an egg the resulting embryo will grow only to the 64-cell stage because it lacks the male chromosomes needed to develop further.