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Yes, endocrine-disrupting chemicals like those found in birth control can cause male fish to produce female proteins and develop eggs in their testes.
Sites of immune privilege include the brain and testes, as well as the eye.
She was born with androgen insensitivity syndrome, a condition that caused her to have external female anatomy and, internally, undescended testes instead of a uterus.
At the age of 10, however, Hanne underwent surgery to remove her testes.
Inherit an X from mom and a Y from dad, and develop testes and a penis.
Ebola can persist for months in certain body tissues that are relatively protected from the immune system, including the eyes and the testes, and little is known about the long-term effects of the virus.
Male dragonflies have two sets of genitals and move sperm from the testes into the penis.
But feminization is a continuum: Males with only a few eggs in their testes may have no trouble at all reproducing.
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