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Gender In Today’s Society Chapter 5 The ___________ ___________ of ___________ 0. ___________ – refers to biological traits that distinguish males and  females 0. Internal and external reproductive anatomy 1. Chromosomes 2. Hormones 1. ___________ - refers to the social traits that distinguish males and  females Aspects of Gender 3. Gender___________ – behaviors, attitudes, beliefs and values appropriate  for males and females 4. Gender___________ – how an individual adapts to expected gender roles 5. Gender___________ – how an individual presents his or her gender  identity 6. Gender___________ – cultural beliefs about gender roles and how they  should be enacted Primary Sex Characteristics 2. An individual’s sex is determined when the sperm and egg unite. 0. XX sex chromosome – ___________ 1. XY sex chromosome – ___________ 2. Cell duplication and cell division – occur within a few hours of the  formation of the zygote Primary Sex Characteristics 3. Cell differentiation  3. ___________ is  divided into ___________ cells 4. genetically determined traits and forms begin to develop The Reproductive System 4. M___________ –  5. when a ___________ is present, gonadal tissue begins to form the  testes 6. Testes begin to produce androgens, the masculinizing sex  hormones 1
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7. Reproductive organs begin to develop 0. Seminal vesicles, vas deferens, testes 1. Penis and scrotum 5. F___________ 8. ___________ is not present, no testosterone is produced 9. Absence of testosterone produces a female 10. Female genitalia begin to appear by third month of pregnancy When Nature Goes Amiss 6. ___________  person 11. Someone who is somewhere between male and female 12. Basis for this is always genetic 13. May have both male and female genitalia
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