Difference between revisions of "Female"

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'''Female''' refers to that division of a species which produces eggs.  In mammals, the fertilized eggs are carried to full term inside the body and expelled to the outside in [[birth]], to be nurtured by [[milk]] produced by [[mammary glands]].  A female human child is called a [[girl]].  With the commencement of [[menstruation]] a girl becomes a biological [[woman]].
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A female human child is called a [[girl]].  With the commencement of [[menstruation]] a girl becomes a biological [[woman]].

Revision as of 14:03, 12 April 2007

A female human child is called a girl. With the commencement of menstruation a girl becomes a biological woman.