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3D Models of Males, Men.
Usually, the word “man” means an adult, and the words “boy” and “boy” or “boy” are used to designate a child and teenager. Also, the word “man” can be a definition of gender identity, not biological sex.
In Western cultures, the concept of male, like “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. However, in many contexts, the term male 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, a heterogametic organism is considered to be male – that is, it has two different sex chromosomes in the karyotype, denoted X and Y, unlike the female organism, which has two X chromosomes in the karyotype.