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sperm

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the male fluid of fertilization

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the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract

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UKPRwire, Mon Mar 05 2018] The global Semen Analysis market will increase at a CAGR of 8.
In this role, Hansen will work to ensure that all Accelerated Genetics and Select Sires semen meet quality standards and is a product that yields excellent conception rates.
05) in semen color score was recorded with maximum score in autumn followed in order by spring, dry summer, humid summer and winter.
Two times between November and December 2016, the defendant is accused of masturbating at their office in La Palma and putting his semen in the victim's honey jar," prosecutors said in a statement reported by (http://abc7.
Ebola RNA persistence in semen of Ebola virus disease survivors--final report.
To investigate the breadth of viruses in semen, we performed a PubMed search by using the terms "virus* AND semen OR sperm* OR seminal.
Key words: avian semen, computer-assisted semen analysis, avian, kea parrot, Nestor notabilis
Published in August in The Lancet Global Health, the findings are based on data from Liberia's Men's Health Screening Program, the first national semen testing program for Ebola virus and the largest analysis to date to examine Ebola virus survival in male patients.
Of those, 63 percent had semen samples that tested positive for Ebola fragments a year after recovering from the disease and, in one man's case, at least 565 days after he recovered.
1) HCV levels in semen were high enough for these men to pass HCV to sex partners during anal sex without a condom.
MICROBIAL GROWTH AND POST-THAW QUALITY OF STALLION SEMEN CRYOPRESERVED IN PRESENCE OF ANTIBIOTICS
In Brazil, researches on the development of technology for cryopreservation semen of native species was intensified during the 1990s, being first driven by the goal of preserving the genetic variability of wild populations that could be impacted by the construction of hydroelectric dams and habitat degradation (VIVEIROS & GODINHO, 2009).
seed oil on abnormal semen quality in infertile men: A randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled clinical trial.