Onset of puberty in male, Biology

ONSET OF PUBERTY IN MALE

  1. Puberty is the period when reproductive organs become functional.
  2. It is attained at the age of 13-16 yrs. It is stimulated by testasteron.
  3. It includes - Enlargement of penis & scrotum. Broadening of the shoulders. Growth of the body and facial hair.
  4. Deepening of the voice. Increased development of musculature & bones. Increase in hight.
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