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e·jac·u·late

(ē-jak'yū-lāt),
1. To expel suddenly.
2. Semen expelled in ejaculation.

ejaculate

/ejac·u·late/ (e-jak´u-lāt) to expel suddenly, especially semen.

ejaculate

/ejac·u·late/ (e-jak´u-lat) the semen discharged in a single ejaculation in the male, consisting of the secretions of Cowper's gland, epididymis, ductus deferens, seminal vesicles, and prostate, and containing the spermatozoa.

ejaculate

(ĭ-jăk′yə-lāt′)
v. ejacu·lated, ejacu·lating, ejacu·lates
v.tr.
1. To eject or discharge abruptly, especially to discharge (semen) in orgasm.
2. To utter suddenly and passionately; exclaim.
v.intr.
To eject a body fluid, especially semen.
n. (ĭ-jăk′yə-lĭt)
The fluid discharged in an ejaculation, especially semen.

e·jac′u·la′tor n.

ejaculate

[ijak′yəlit]
n. the semen discharged in a single emission. See also ejaculation. ejaculate [ijak'yəlāt] , v.
noun Seminal fluid, which has a 2–5 mL volume and contains sperm, semen, prostate secretions and various fluids
verb To expulse semen

ejaculate

noun Seminal fluid, which has a 2 to 5 mL volume and contains semen, prostate secretions and various fluids. See Ejaculation.

e·jac·u·late

(ē-jak'yū-lāt, ē-jak-yū-lăt)
1. To expel suddenly; as of semen.
2. Semen expelled in ejaculation.
See also: ejaculation

Ejaculate

To expel semen.
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e·jac·u·late

(ē-jak'yū-lāt, ē-jak-yū-lăt)
1. To expel suddenly.
2. Semen expelled in ejaculation.

ejaculate

1. to expel an ejaculate.
2. the products of an ejaculation. See also ejaculation.

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13,14] Similarly, rare non-motile sperm can appear in the ejaculate 1 or more years after vasectomy with no increased risk of failure (pregnancy or motile sperm).
Home collection - a liquefied ejaculate, with no 'fog' on the inside of the container, should raise this possibility.
Sperm morphology was assessed based on the results of the microscopic analysis of preparations made from the samples of all collected ejaculates.
where TA is the total number (in millions) of spermatozoids in the whole ejaculate, A is the percentage of active spermatozoids, and NK the percentage of normokinetic spermatozoids.
There was a strong relationship between sperm velocity and the volume of the ejaculate sperm came from," write Cornwallis and O'Connor, adding that males allocated "larger ejaculates to attractive females".
He'll want to ejaculate but to stop this from happening, she presses the tip of his penis for a few seconds by placing her thumb and her first and second fingers on either side of the upper part of his penis.
We found that hens will eject a greater proportion of the ejaculate from socially subordinate males, so she is in this way favouring the dominant males both before and after ejaculation," she stated.
The model should also be expanded to include the effects of short-term sperm depletion, which is known to affect ejaculate content when males re-mate quickly.
ON several occasions during sex my boyfriend and I have noticed that when he ejaculates there is blood.
A man who ejaculates regularly has a regular turnover of sperm; a man who rarely ejaculates has more senescent sperm that are more likely to have morphological changes).
It becomes less likely the fewer sperm a male ejaculates, and males may release fewer sperm per copulation with their mate than with other females.