spermiogram


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spermiogram

(spĕrm'ē-ō'o-gram),
An illustration of the various stages of development of spermatozoa.

spermiogram

(spĕr′mē-ō-grăm) [″ + gramma, something written]
A record of examining and classifying sperm in a semen sample.
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Their infertility was assessed by spermiogram according the WHO references and they all fell in the range between the 5th and the 40th percentile, with motility lower than WHO values (40% sperm with progressive, slowly progressive and nonprogressive movement, and 32% sperm with progressive and slow progressive movement) [3].
Effects of dexamethasone treatment (to mimic stress) and Vitamin E oral supplementation on the spermiogram and on seminal plasma spontaneous lipid peroxidation and antioxidant enzyme activities in dogs.
This factor, in addition, probably contributes to the high percentage of abnormal spermiogram among our subjects.
Spermiogram and sperm reserves in hybrid Bos indicus X Bos taurus bulls after scrotal insulation.
We then evaluated the diagnostic value of the markedly altered miRNAs as an additional tool for the classic spermiogram.
The ultrastructure of some characteristics sperm defects and a proposal for a new classification of the Bull spermiogram.
Oyeyemi MO, Akusu MO and OE Ola-Davies Effect of successive ejaculations on the spermiogram of West African Dwarf Goat (Ca'pra hircus L.
Spermiogram and TEM data from semen samples of patients (group I) and controls (group II) before and after CRM therapy Cases Sperm/ml X [10.
Each ejaculate was evaluated through a spermiogram and the hypo-osmotic swelling test (HOST).
15], sexual maturity of male bovines from the Nelore breed is reached around 20 months, as confirmed by spermiogram.