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From: The 7 Sexes

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L i s t o f F i g u r e s Figure 2.1 Twinning and Extra-Embryonic Membranes 10 Figure 3.1 Galen’s Inside-Outside Model of Human Sex 17 Figure 4.1 The Transition from Medieval to Modern Representation of the Body A. Hieronymous Brunschwig 23 B. Albrecht Dürer 24 Figure 6.1 Ascaris versus Human Egg Formation 38 Figure 8.1 Structure of the Cholesterol Molecule 52 Figure 8.2 Reciprocal Pathways for Internal Genital Sex 56 Figure 10.1 The Discovery of Sex Chromosomes 66 Figure 10.2 Morgan’s Discovery of X-linked Inheritance A. White male × red female 68 B. Red male × white female 69 Figure 12.1 Bacterial Replication from Fission to Sexual Reproduction A. Fission model 82 B. Bacterial mating 83 xii list of figures Figure 13.1 Human Chimera Formation 88 Figure 13.2 Gynandromorph Formation in Fruit Flies 91 Figure 14.1 Dosage Compensation versus Bicolorism 97 Figure 14.2 Sex-lethal (Sxl) Gene Regulation of Dosage Compensation in the Fruit Fly 99 Figure 14.3 Sex Chromatin Formation and Human Karyotypes 101 Figure 16.1 Alfred Jost Discovers a Second Male Hormone 119 Figure 17.1 The Human Y Chromosome 123 Figure 17.2 The Human X Chromosome 124 Figure 20.1 Isogamous and Anisogamous Mating in Single-Celled Organisms 148 Figure 20.2 Muller’s Ratchet in Asexual and Sexual Populations 152 ...