Define the Term Puberty. - Biology

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Define the term Puberty.

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Solution

Puberty: Puberty is an age in humans when the reproductive organs become functionally active. Between the age of 11 and 14, the tests start to make sperms and the ovaries start to make eggs. This time of development in life is called puberty.

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