Name the Human Male Reproductive Organ that Produces Sperms and Also Secretes a Hormone. Write the Functions of the Secreted Hormone. - Science

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Name the human male reproductive organ that produces sperms and also secretes a hormone. Write the functions of the secreted hormone.

Write the name of the human male reproductive organ that produces sperms and secretes a hormone. Name the hormone secreted and state its function ?

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Solution 1

Testes produce sperms and secrete a hormone called testosterone.

The function of testosterone is to control the development of male sex organs and male features such as a deeper voice, moustache, beard and more body hair as compared to females.

Solution 2

Testis is the male reproductive organ in humans that produces sperms and also secretes the testosterone hormone.

Important functions of testosterone are as follows:-

  • Stimulates the development, maturation and functioning of the male accessory sex organs like vas deferens and seminal vesicles
  • Stimulates muscular growth, growth of facial hair, low pitch voice, sperm production, etc.
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