Considering that Disney demonstrated reproduction and the killing of the mother in the first minute of the movie, how did it decide that a natural sex change is outside the bubble of viewable material?Correspondence: Eric Vilain, MD, Ph D, UCLA Department of Human Genetics, 695 Charles Young Drive South, Los Angeles, CA 90095-7088.
”—is in reality full of nuances and complexities, just like any human trait.
From a biological standpoint, the appearance of the external genitalia is only one parameter among many, including chromosomal constitution, the sequence of sex-determining genes, gonadal structure, the profile of gonadal hormones, and the internal reproductive structures.
Human sexual anatomy was categorized into five types in the 19th century.
An individual could be a female or a male (with typical feminine or masculine external genitalia, respectively), a female or male pseudohermaphrodite, or a true hermaphrodite.
Each of them is double, hermaphrodite; lover and loved, in one.
Myanthus barbatus is the hermaphrodite form of same species.
or "passive"), hermeneutics (Montaigne's "ideal scepticism"), and politics and pedagogy ("civilizing" iconography at Fontainebleau commissioned by Francis I, Jean de Sponde's preference for prudentia over fortitudo, the Counter-Reformation cult of Saint Joseph).
and participate in one of nature's most amazing spectacles, an annual mass spawning in which shallow moonlit waters rapidly fill with a 'blizzard' of brightly colored eggs," said Alexander Kerr, senior author of the study.
Hermaphrodite (flower), having stamens and pistils in the same blossom, 81.
Snails and worms are hermaphrodite, yet cannot impregnate themselves.
The people at Disney would simply argue that they altered reality to create a more entertaining storyline, but read below for the true story, and you tell me which you think is more entertaining.