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 How are ovaries different from testes?

Answer Ovaries are different from testes because ovaries produce eggs while the testes produce sperm.
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A function of the testes is to?

The testis produce sperm and androgens for males such as testosterone.
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What hormone is produced by the testes?

Testosterone is the hormone produced by the testes. In women, ovaries produce a small amount of the hormone. Levels of testosterone drop over time, though they can increase naturally through sex an... Read More »
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Where are the testes located before a baby is born?

In the fetus, the testes are in the abdomen. As development progresses they migrate downward through the groin and into the scrotum. This event takes place late in fetal development, during the eig... Read More »
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