Onset of puberty in female, Biology

ONSET OF PUBERTY IN FEMALE -

Attains at the age of 13 by estrogen hormone.

It includes -

1.

Growth of breasts

2.

Growth of external genitilia

3.

Broading of pelvis

4.

Growth of pubic hair

5.

Increase in sub cutaneous fat

6.

Starting of M.C. i.e. menarch

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