Multiple Choice Question. Tick (✓) the Correct Choice: Which of the Following Glands is Responsible for Bringing About Changes During Adolescence in Boys and Girls? Pituitary Adrenal Thyroid Testis - Biology

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Multiple choice question. Tick (✓) the correct choice:

Which of the following glands is responsible for bringing about changes during adolescence in boys and girls?

  1. pituitary
  2. adrenal
  3. thyroid
  4. testis
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Solution

2. pituitary

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