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32. What happens to the sexual development of a fetus (genes not specified) that is exposed to lower than the normal amounts of both testosterone and estrogen during early development?
a. It develops a more or less normal male appearance
b. It develops a more or less normal female appearance
c. It develops an appearance intermediate between the normal male and female patterns
d. It develops an immature appearance that resembles neither male nor female
I chose answer C. I think it is right, but this section was confusing. No matter how many times or ways I read it, I could not exactly understand it… Please help!
In the absence of male hormones, at the right stage, the fetus developes with female appearance.
It is not only the hormones, but the period when the hormones are present.