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Which gonads help release the hormone testosterone?
Yes they do but there is a small amount of it. Men also have estrogen but again it is a small amount.
gonadotrophic hormone or GTH
Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH)
LH, Leutenizing Hormone. It signals the interstitial cells in the testes to start producing testosterone.
The hormone that is produced in the male gonads is testosterone.
The gonad is another name for testicle which is the part of the male body that produces testosterone and sperm.
Testosterone is a steroid hormone from the androgen group.
The release of Follicle-stimulating hormone(FSH) and Luteinizing hormone(LH) stimulates cells in the testes to produce Testosterone.
Testosterone from the testes and estrogens and progesterones from the ovaries.
according to Bole's 13th Edition, that would be androgen.
Cortisol and testosterone are two of the hormones produced there.
There are a few hormones that act on the gonads and they are different for both the male and female reproductive systems. In females, the gonads are the ovaries. T…he hormones include: Estrogen - This promotes the production of secondary sex characteristics and sex drive. Progesterone - This hormone helps prepare the uterus for pregnancy. Inhibin - This hormone inhibits the secretion of follicle stimulating hormone. In males, the gonads are the testes. Their corresponding hormones include: Testosterone - This stimulates spermatogenesis, growth, and maturation of sperm as well as the production of secondary sex characteristics. Inhibin - This hormone inhibits the secretion of follicle stimulating hormone.