Secondary sex characteristics are features that appear during puberty in humans, and at sexual maturity in other animals. These characteristics are particularly.
Other secondary sexual characteristics in females can also be used to assess development. There are changes in the labia, nipple, and hymen. The nipple.
any of a number of manifestations, as development of breasts or beard, muscularity, distribution of fat tissue, and change of pitch in voice, specific to each sex and incipient at puberty but not essential to reproduction. Also called secondary sex character. The appearance of.