Human Y chromosome, sex determination, and spermatogenesis- a feminist view.

Abstract

In this review I want to argue that, far from being a macho entity with an all-powerful role in male development, the human Y chromosome is a "wimp." It is merely a relic of the X chromosome, and most or all of the genes it bears-including the genes that determine sex and control spermatogenesis-are relics of genes on the X chromosome that have other… (More)

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@article{Graves2000HumanYC, title={Human Y chromosome, sex determination, and spermatogenesis- a feminist view.}, author={Jenny A Marshall Graves}, journal={Biology of reproduction}, year={2000}, volume={63 3}, pages={667-76} }