androstene an·dro·stene (ān’drə-stēn’)
A unsaturated steroid that exists in two isomeric forms and comprises the basic chemical unit of various androgens.
androstenedione androstenedione an·dro·stene·di·one (ān’drə-stēn’dī-ōn’, -dē-ōn’) n. An unsaturated androgenic steroid existing in three isomeric forms that is secreted by the testis, ovary, and adrenal cortex and has a weaker biological potency than testosterone.
a sex hormone, C 19 H 30 O 2 , usually present in male urine. noun an androgenic steroid hormone produced in the testes. Formula: C19H30O2 androsterone an·dros·ter·one (ān-drŏs’tə-rōn’) n. A steroid hormone excreted in urine that reinforces masculine characteristics.
- Androgenic alopecia
androgenic alopecia androgenic alopecia n. Loss of scalp hair in women that is associated with other evidence of excessive androgen activity such as hirsutism.
- Androgenic hormone
androgenic hormone androgenic hormone n. See androgen. Contemporary Examples McAndrews agreed that the androgenic hormone pill would be problematic for those with a genetic propensity for ADA. Birth Control Made My Hair Fall Out, and I’m Not the Only One Molly Oswaks October 13, 2014