Ultimate Trivia Quiz On Gonad!

Questions : 8 | Total Attempts: 1220 | Recent Updated: 26-Apr-2020
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Gonad is an endocrine gland and the main function of gonads is to produce gametes. They also secrete sex hormones and the sex hormones are mostly steroids. There are testes in male and ovaries in females. So take this quiz on the endocrine gland and improve your knowledge about gonads.

Questions Excerpt


1. Which endocrine gland secretes testosterone hormones?

A. Ovaries

B. Corpus luteum

C. Pineal gland

D. Testes

2. Which organ is targeted by testosterone hormone?

A. Mast cell

B. Uterus

C. Mammary glands

D. Liver

3. Which hormone is secreted by ovaries?

A. Progesterone

B. Estrogen

C. Melatonin

D. Testosterone

4. Which hormone affects the external female characters?

A. Testosterone

B. Estrogen

C. Progesterone

D. Thymosin

5. Which hormone affects the external male characters?

A. Progesterone

B. Estrogen

C. Testosterone

D. Melatonin

6. Which endocrine gland secretes progesterone hormone?

A. Testes

B. Ovaries

C. Corpus luetum

D. None of the above

7. Which hormone affects female secondary sex organs?

A. Estrogens

B. Testosterone

C. Melatonin

D. Thymosin

8. Corpus luteum targets the....

A. Uterus

B. Mammary gland

C. Both of them

D. None of them

 

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