Before babies are born, they grow either male sex parts or female sex parts.
Sexual reproduction first appeared about a billion years ago. Sexual reproduction is a process that can only be found in eukaryotes. There are other kinds of organisms (other than animals, plants and fungi), the other eukaryotes – such as the malaria parasite – that also engage in sexual reproduction.
If the baby gets one X and one Y, it will develop into a male.
There are occasional exceptions to this rule: the process of meiosis which makes the sex cells can go wrong.
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Sex is used by plants and animals, and also by fungi and various single-celled organisms. A woman's ovum (egg cell) contains one X chromosome.
It usually needs two individuals which are different sexes from the same species. A man's sperm contains either an X or a Y chromosome.
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This results in an individual having 3 X chromosomes, or 2 Y chromosomes or XXY instead of XY.
Some genetic disorders may produce physical or mental traits which need special treatment. Other conditions may have partly genetic causes: mental retardation, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and schizophrenia.
In sexual reproduction the cells used for reproduction, called gametes, are either eggs or sperms. The mechanism of cell division only works when one sperm alone enters the egg.
Once it is in, a fast reaction goes through the egg cell wall to shut off all other sperm.