spermatogenesis in human male is a hormone regulated process. justify

It is true that spermatogenesis is a hormone regulated process. The reasons are as follows:
1) Gonadotropin releasing hormone are released from hypothalamus.
2) Gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) stimulate anterior pituitary to secrete gonadotropins i.e. LH (leuteinizing hormone), FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) and ICSH (Interstitial cell stimulating hormone)
3) LH hormone acts on leydig cells and stimulate them. These cells secrete testosterone which stimulates spermatogenesis.
4) FSH acts on sertoli cells and these cells secrete factors necessary for the process of spermiogenesis.
 

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spermatogenesis is a hormone regulated process . all this process is controlled by GnRH(gonadotropin releasing hormone).GnRH acts at anterior pitutary gland and releases LH and FSH.LH secrets androgens and testosterone and help in spematogenesis.FSH releases certain factors and helps in spermiation.

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its ok....

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