biologists use for female organisms
A Female is an organism that belongs to the sex that produces ova ("egg" cells) for sexual reproduction. Females of some species also bear offspring.
Organisms can either be grouped as male or female. Female humans are called women and their bodies are different from male humans (who are called men).
- ↑ Ayers, Donald M. English Words from Latin and Greek Elements. Second Edition. 1986. University of Arizona Press.