female offspring

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Noun1.female offspring - a child who is female
female person, female - a person who belongs to the sex that can have babies
child, kid - a human offspring (son or daughter) of any age; "they had three children"; "they were able to send their kids to college"
daughter, girl - a female human offspring; "her daughter cared for her in her old age"
male offspring, man-child - a child who is male
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The female offspring have red feathers at maturity, and the males have silver or white feathers.
Similar associations were found among both the male and the female offspring.
David Kristensen and colleagues from Copenhagen University Hospital conducted three individual rodent studies to evaluate the effect of paracetamol taken during pregnancy on the development of the reproductive system in female offspring.
The self-limiting fall armyworm under development contains a gene passed on by engineered males that specifically prevents female offspring from reaching adulthood, thereby reducing wild FAW pest populations and minimizing the risk of FAW spreading quickly over long distances.
a longer birth interval after male than female offspring has been found, indicating that sons may be more costly than daughters (Clements et al.
A dose-dependent increase in body and liver weight was reported in adult male offspring, whereas a dose-dependent decrease in body and liver weight was seen in female offspring, suggesting that BPA can program different metabolic phenotypes in male and female mouse offspring.
Effects of Maternal Diet on Weight Gain Trends The effects of maternal diet on the trend of weight gain and weight of female offspring at birth and adolescence were investigated.
Mabuhay, a female offspring of the first Philippine Eagle hatched in captivity, turned 4 years old on Thursday with a party attended by about 150 preschoolers and elementary pupils.
Juvenile male and female offspring were then tested for water or alcohol consumption.
Their results show that both male and female offspring exposed to testosterone in a late fetal stage display a higher degree of anxiety-like behaviour as adults than individuals born under normal circumstances.
The Holstein first-calf heifers imported from Canada in 2007 served as the target of our research, as well as their female offspring obtained in Kazakhstan and local white-and-black cattle herd mates.
This female offspring will have the reproductive age of someone 10-15 years older than what they are," Professor Human Fatemi from the specialised clinic for reproductive medicine, IVI, told Khaleej Times .