Physiology of Testicular Function

@inproceedings{Weinbauer2010PhysiologyOT,
  title={Physiology of Testicular Function},
  author={Gerhard F. Weinbauer and Craig Marc Luetjens and Manuela Simoni and Eberhard Nieschlag},
  year={2010}
}
The testes produce the male gametes and the male sexual hormones (androgens). The term spermatogenesis describes and includes all the processes involved in the production of gametes, whereas steroidogenesis refers to the enzymatic reactions leading to the production of male steroid hormones. Spermatogenesis and steroidogenesis take place in two compartments morphologically and functionally distinguishable from each other. These are the tubular compartment, consisting of the seminiferous tubules… CONTINUE READING
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