spermatozoal

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sper·ma·to·zo·al

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

, spermatozoan (spĕr'mă-tō-zō'ăl, -zō'ăn)
Relating to sperms.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

spermatozoal

(spĕr″mă-tō-zō′ăl) [″ + zoon, life]
Concerning spermatozoa.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Interference of human spermatozoal motility and spermatozoal agglutination by Candida albicans.
du Plessis, "Seminal carnitine, epididymal function and spermatozoal motility," South African Medical Journal, vol.
Spermatozoal motility 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 in situ.
The bovine spermatozoal motility characteristics decline with incubation time.