Spermatozoal motility | definition of spermatozoal motility by Medical dictionary
spermatozoal (redirected from spermatozoal motility)
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]
pertaining to spermatozoa.
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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Teratospermic and normospermic domestic cats: ejaculate traits, pituitary-gonadal hormones, and improvement of spermatozoal motility
and morphology after swim-up processing.
is the most frequently observed characteristic, however owing to acrosomal damage sperm cell could be highly motile but not fertile.
There is no method available to restore ciliary and spermatozoal motility
The bovine spermatozoal motility
characteristics decline with incubation time.
Stimulation of human spermatozoal motility
Effect of centrifugation and partial removal of seminal plasma on equine spermatozoal motility
after cooling and storage.