Genderdiffs+notes - Sexual Differentiation Incidence of...

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Unformatted text preview: Sexual Differentiation Incidence of Neurological Disorders Disease % Female : % Male Anorexia 93:7 Schizophrenia 27:73 Anxiety 67:33 Depression 63:37 Multiple Sclerosis 58:42 Mental Retardation 38:62 Autism 29:71 Stuttering 29:71 Dyslexia 23:77 Sleep Apnea 18:82 Men Female 1. Spatial tasks (3D objects). 2. Accurate at target skills. 3. Mathematical reasoning. 4. Imprisonment. 5. Violence 6. Throwing things 7. Successful suicides 8. Drug addiction 9. Learning disabled 1. Better recall after reading. 2. Precision motor tasks. 3. Mathematical calculation. 4. Going to college/grades 5. Indirect aggression 6. More intense anger 7. More suicide attempts 8. Spelling 9. Smiling Y chromosome has a gene called Sry , which produces a protein, testis determining factor, that causes the indeterminate gonad to develop into a testis. XX Female XY Male How do genes affect gender development? In the absence of Testis Determining Factor, the indeterminate gonad becomes an ovary. The testis produces androgens , primarily testosterone ....
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2010 for the course BIO SCI BIO N110 taught by Professor Leon,chance&parker during the Spring '09 term at UC Irvine.

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