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Reproductive System

Introduction

What are the organs of the reproductive system and their general function?

The major organs of the reproductive system are the gonads, various ducts, accessory sex glands, and supporting structures. The gonads produce gametes and secrete hormones. The various ducts store and transport the gametes. The accessory sex glands produce substances that protect the gametes. The supporting structures assist the delivery and joining of gametes.



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