genital

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genital

1. of or relating to the sexual organs or to reproduction
2. Psychoanal relating to the mature stage of psychosexual development in which an affectionate relationship with one's sex partner is established
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Morphology of mouse external genitalia: implications for a role of estrogen in sexual dimorphism of the mouse genital tubercle. J.
Changes in the genital tubercle of the female fetus is less dramatic that those of the male.
At the indifferent stage, the external genitalia consist of the genital tubercle, genital fold, and genital swellings (Figure 4-12).
In the presence of DHT, the genital tubercle elongates and the genital folds fuse around the urethral groove to form the penis and penile urethra.
They have sex genital tubercle to genital tubercle.
The urethral opening was situated halfway down toward the base of the genital tubercle (hypospadias).
The urethral opening was situated farther than halfway down the inferior side of the genital tubercle to the base of the genital tubercle (hypospadias).
Administration of the mixture led to severe malformations at END 16 characterized by enlarged preputial clefts, and urethral openings located toward the base of the genital tubercle (not at its top, as normally expected), similar to hypospadias in humans.
Fibroblast growth factor (FGF) genes have been demonstrated to play a role in genital tubercle development (29).
Molecular analysis of external genitalia formation: the role of fibroblast growth factor (Fgf) genes during genital tubercle formation.