Testes - Testosterone, a steroid hormone from the androgen group. Ovaries - Estrogen
The testes produce sperm, which is the male sex cell. The ovaries produce ovum, which are the female sex cell. The sperm fertilizes the ovum in order to create a gamete, this gamete will then develop to form a new life.
The female equivalent to the male testes is the ovaries.
The Testes produce testosterone
The ovaries produce ova (or eggs).
The function that is performed by the ovaries and not the testes is the ovaries produce eggs. Both testes and ovaries produce hormones.
Ovaries are different from testes because ovaries produce eggs while the testes produce sperm.
Females do not have testes. Testes are male reproductive organs. The female equivalent of testes is ovaries, which produce eggs and female sex hormones.
Both types of reproductive organs produce hormones in addition to the production of ovum and sperm, respectively. The testes produce testosterone, and the ovaries produce estrogen and progesterone. Such hormones are responsible for control and onset of conception and the growth of offspring.
All multicellular organisms produce hormones. organs that produce hormones are Hypothalamus , Thyroid and Parathyroid , Thymus , adrenal, pancreas, ovaries, and testes.
Testes are male gonads. They produce sperm, millions every 10 days, and androgens which include testosterone. Ovaries are female gonads which produce eggs, one each month, and hormones. The hormones are estrogen, progesterone and testosterone.
testes and ovaries
ovaries and testes are a big part of reproductive as well as endocrine system.
The ovaries secrete progesterone and Oestrogen, the testes secrete testosterone and oestrogen. These are known as androgenic hormones.
The hormone produced by both the ovaries and testes is Inhibin. A protein hormone that inhibts the secretion of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) in both the testes and ovaries.