Types of gonads, Biology

Types of Gonads

The gonads of vertebrates can be classified into the following two types

  1. Mammalian type and
  2. Non-mammalian type.

They differ from each other anatomically, but perform the same functions. In the following subsection we shall learn about the gonads of both mammalian and non-mammalian vertebrates.

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