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immotile

(ĭ-mōt′l, ĭ-mō′tīl′)
adj.
Not moving or lacking the ability to move.

im′mo·til′i·ty (-tĭl′ĭ-tē) n.
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001, respectively) in the Wi-Fi plus 5 mmol/L trolox group were highest, and the percentages of immotility sperm (45 min: 27.
sup][13] Even, the absence of dynein arm may not necessarily be associated with ciliary immotility, and the presence of ciliary immotility might have prognostic significance as these patients appear to have more active bronchiectasis.
72) Moreover, abnormal or complete absence of mitochondria or its functional impairment, sometimes all of the above may act as a sole reason for the sperm immotility due to the inability to produce ATP for the flagellar beat.
Severely burned patients can develop gastric immotility, be on continuous feeding, and have nasogastric suctioning or gastric alkalinisation for stress ulcer prevention.
According to the WHO recommendations, for determination of sperm motility, 200 spermatozoa were scored in categories A, B, C, and D, with A corresponding to rapid progressive motility, B to slow progressive motility, C to nonprogressive motility, and D to immotility.