seminal fluid

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Synonyms for seminal fluid

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

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The sperm incubated in the seminal fluid of sub-dominant males fathered more eggs than sperm incubated in the seminal fluid of dominant males.
It is difficult to identify individual Acps among the seminal fluid proteins due to their rapid evolution (Almeida & DeSalle 2008).
Daily oral supplementation of vitamins C and E during a period of 30 d, allows the improvement of antioxidant parameters in seminal fluid and semen quality in rams.
Prof Bonduriansky said if seminal fluid plays a critical role for future offspring regardless of the father's actual identity, then females may have evolved to exploit the benefits.
Ebola virus can persist in the seminal fluid of convalescent men for longer than previously recognized and can potentially lead to sexual transmission of Ebola.
The PSA was highly purified with no contamination with other proteins of seminal fluid.
During mating in Portunidae, a large amount of seminal fluid is transferred to the SR, causing the organ to enlarge (Ryan, 1967; Johnson, 1980; Zara et al.
On the basis of forensic science reports, no seminal fluid was found which shows sexual intercourse did not happen," Sanyal added.
M2 PHARMA-June 6, 2014-University of Adelaide finds seminal fluid contains biomarkers for prostate cancer
6] SV and vas deferens normally appear hyperintense on T2 due to the seminal fluid they contain in their light.
Male partners with azospermia have no sperm cells in their seminal fluid whose female partners will not be able to develop some protective immunity against preeclampsia.
Role of bacterial infections on male infertility has always been in the arena of controversy due to lack of decisive analysis tools to examine seminal fluid specimens as a result of which these infectious processes leads to deterioration of spermatogenesis, impairment of sperm function and/or obstruction of the seminal tract.
It was reported that infection of the seminal fluid was the major cause of azoospermia in infertile males as infection is known to damage the vas deferens and seminiferous tubules thereby affecting the circulating levels of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), luteinizing hormone (LH), and testosterone (43).
It is a simple test that assesses the formation and maturity of sperm as well as how the sperm interacts with the seminal fluid so it provides insight not only on sperm production (count), but sperm quality (motility, morphology) as well.
The condom was determined to contain no sperm cells or seminal fluid.