The biblical narrative of the origination of the modern female gender involves the usage of the male rib (Genesis 2:22).
The Hebrew word used in this text for rib is tsela, it means curve and side. Curve as in double helix DNA within the chromosomes. In short, we have a brief description of the formation of the present-day woman. The removal of one rib from the periosteum and leaving it intact in order for a new rib to regenerate (Genesis 2:21). Inside that rib was the genetic information to create life by the utilization of the "curve" or double helix DNA and the importance of the "side" of the strand.
Our ribs are located on the SIDES of our anatomy. CURVED bones forms the rib cage. These bones with joints connects to the spinal vertebrae. The sugars and phosphates makes up the SIDES of double helix DNA (curve) and they are known as the "backbone" to the structure (similar to the "floating" ribs and their relation to the spine).