spermatozoal


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sper·ma·to·zo·al

, spermatozoan (sper'ma-tō-zō'ăl, -zō'ăn),
Relating to sperm.

sper·ma·to·zo·al

, spermatozoan (spĕr'mă-tō-zō'ăl, -zō'ăn)
Relating to sperms.

spermatozoal

(spĕr″mă-tō-zō′ăl) [″ + zoon, life]
Concerning spermatozoa.

spermatozoal

pertaining to spermatozoa.

spermatozoal motility
a guide to viability and potency of a semen sample; a highly motile sample shows wave movement under low power and individual sperm movement under high power.
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Non-invasive genetic diagnosis of male infertility using spermatozoal RNA: KLHL10 mutations in oligozoospermic patients impair homodimerization.
Sperm concentration, motility and morphology have been correlated with fertilization rates in vivo and in vitro (2, 26), as a result of normal development of spermatozoal subcellular structures during spermatogenesis in the testes, normal epididymal maturation and normal seminal plasma constituents (2).
The bovine spermatozoal motility characteristics decline with incubation time.
Spermatozoal ultrastructure in three species of hydrothermal vent crab, in the genera Bythograea, Austinograea and Segonzacia (Decapoda, Brachyura, Bythograeidae).
Effect of antispermatozoal antibodies in seminal plasma upon spermatozoal function.
Cotton seed oil emulsion also exhibited spermatozoal motility inhibition.
The 2,780 RNAs shared by both samples "are representative of the spermatozoal fingerprint for the normal fertile man," the researchers conclude in the Lancet.
Variations in spermatozoal resistance to hypertonic solutions may affect the differential cryopreservability of different bulls (Maule, 1962; Tyagi et al.
Interrelationships among fluorometric analyses of spermatozoal function, classical semen quality parameters and the fertility of frozen-thawed bovine spermatozoa.
It has previously been suggested that damaged spermatozoal cells can be phagocytosed (Sutovsky et al.