Are there other methods besides surgery and hormonal treatments to help undescended testicles? [on hold]
I've been doing some reading on undescended testicles and common treatments. It looks like the most common treatment for a baby is to give it time to see if the testicles drop on their own. If not, ...
This is a quote from Dey et al 2014: Hatching asynchrony is thought to be adaptive because... What exactly does adaptive mean here? Does it mean hatching asynchrony has fitness benefits? Or does ...
More than 50 years after hormonal contraception for women was invented, a contraceptive pill for males is still not available. With the obvious major biological differences in mind, why does it appear ...
While studying I read that sperm needs alkaline medium for its survival.But when I studied the composition of semen it revealed that semen contains citric acid which acts as a sperm nutrient along ...
I am trying to figure out how prostaglandins in the semen relate to the female reproductive tract. More specifically, How does prostaglandins in semen help the female reproductive tract increase the ...
This question intrigued me a lot since if animals in the wild did have menstruation with blood flow, wouldn't all that blood be attracting every other predator in the vicinity?
Theoretical question Can diploidy (or polyploidy) evolve from a haploid lineage in the absence of sexual reproduction ? For what theoretical reason? How can such evolution take place? Empirical ...
I read an older article where they talk about species being strictly monosexual as opposite of being hermaphrodite, etc . After an extensive googling and reading about how everybody has to be at ...