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Role of Hormones in Initiating Reproductive Function
The cell formed after fertilization is called ____.
Chemicals secreted by endocrine glands are called enzymes.
The disc-like structure which helps in the transfer of substances to and from the foetus to the body is the ____.
The umbilical cord in the womb connects the baby to the____.
A baby is connected to the mother through the umbilical cord at the ____.
The correct medical name for "periods" is ____.
Which of the following is correct about hormones?
Hormones are strictly proteinaceous in nature.
Hormones are synthesized at a place of their use.
Hormones are secreted in quantity dependent upon their use to catalyze the biochemical reactions.
Hormones are produced in a very small quantity.
Insulin is secreted by the ____.
Progesterone and estrogen are ____.
female sex hormones
male as well as female sex hormone
male sex hormones
Inside the fertilised egg or zygote is the instruction for determining the sex of the baby. This instruction is present in the thread-like structures, called
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