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Secondly, the results of castration are most marked when the operation is performed in early childhood.
In certain cases, the bodily structure is influenced by castration at an age when the mental development is no longer affected.
It is inconceivable, however, that castration was originally performed with the purpose of engendering these characteristics.
What motives led to the castration of male cattle, a practice which everywhere obviously serves agricultural purposes?
Castration has a strange effect: it emasculates both man, beast, and bird, and brings them to a near resemblance of the other sex.
Again the idea of food castration of the latter is suggested.
Papilionaceous flowers are almost dead floorers to me, and I cannot experimentise, as castration alone often produces sterility.
In spite of this the medicine-man often returned to life and had to be killed again, and mutilated by castration and otherwise.
Even otherwise instructed persons confuse sterilization with castration.
RADIANT MOTHERHOODMARIE CARMICHAEL STOPES
On the other hand, castration of male sheep of the Merino breed (only the males of which are horned) occasions hornlessness.

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