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3D Models of Female Woman Girl on Flatpyramid.
A woman is a female or gender person. The word “woman” usually means an adult, and the words “girl” and “girl” are used to designate a child or teenager. In some cases, the word “woman” is used regardless of age, for example, in the expression “women’s rights”. The word “woman” can also mean gender identity, not gender. Usually, a woman from puberty to menopause can give birth to children and breastfeed them, although some women — in particular, infertile, intersexual and transgender — cannot.
In Western cultures, the concept of “woman” is traditionally defined primarily through biological features. As noted by some researchers, this is due to the special importance that nature attaches to these cultures. On the other hand, in many contexts, the term “woman” means primarily a social group, gender role or gender identity. Although the binary gender system prevailing in the modern world implies a strict correspondence between the gender and gender role assigned to a person at birth, in reality they do not always coincide.
From the point of view of genetics, the female organism is considered to be one in which a pair of sex chromosomes is represented by two X chromosomes, in contrast to a male organism that has one X chromosome and one Y chromosome in the karyotype. In women, one X chromosome is inherited from the mother, and the second from the father (he receives this chromosome from his mother). In most cells of an adult woman, the second X chromosome is folded into the so-called Barr body. Previously it was thought that the second X chromosome was not used, but recent studies have shown that this may not be the case.