Which organs/glands produce eggs and sperms? - Biology

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Which organs/glands produce eggs and sperms?

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  • accessory sex glands - Cowper's gland in males and Vestibular gland in females

  • accessory sex glands - testis in males and ovary in females

  • primary sex organs - testis in males and ovary in females

  • secondary sex organs - testis in males and ovary in females

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Solution

primary sex organs - testis in males and ovary in females

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