2 edition of Microstructure of mammalian spermatozoa found in the catalog.
Microstructure of mammalian spermatozoa
Arthur Szu-hsiao Wu
|Statement||Arthur S. H. Wu.|
|Series||Special report -- no. 214., Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 214.|
|Contributions||Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 7, 17 :|
|Number of Pages||17|
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THE microstructure of the mature ram spermatozoon was investigated by means of the electron microscope, supplemented by preliminary optical studies. Various fixatives and stains were employed, and extensive use was made of ultrasonics as a means of partial disintegration.
The results indicate a more complex Microstructure of mammalian spermatozoa book than has yet been found for other mammalian by: The natural history of mammalian sperm cells in the female reproductive tract is hi ghly complex.
Remarkably large numbers of sperm are deposited, in some cases more than a billion sper m per oocyte. Relationships of Mammalian Sperm Motility and Morphology to Hydrodynamic Aspects of Cell Function Article (PDF Available) in Biology of Reproduction 25(5) January with Reads.
A sperm-driven micromotor is presented as a targeted drug delivery system, which is appealing to potentially treat diseases in the female reproductive tract.
This system is demonstrated to be an efficient drug delivery vehicle by first loading a motile sperm cell with an anticancer drug (doxorubicin hydrochloride), guiding it magnetically, to an in vitro cultured tumor spheroid, and finally Cited by: 1.
The examination of the adult Asplanchna testis reveals several different cellular elements, including motile mature spermatozoa, groups of immature cells, possibly representing spermatids, and fusiform rod-like structures sometimes attached to highly specialized but non-motile cells.
The latter structures are thought to represent the atypical members of the dimorphic Cited by: Maturation and capacitation are some of the post-testicular processes that mammalian spermatozoa must undergo before becoming fully competent to fertilize an egg.
During their passage from the testis to the site of fertilization, mammalian spermatozoa encounter a range of fluids of very different origins and Microstructure of mammalian spermatozoa book that greatly influence Cited by: 1. Introduction: The Fluid—Mosaic Membrane model.
When the Fluid—Mosaic Membrane Model (F-MMM) of biological membrane structure was first introduced init was envisioned as a basic framework model for cell membranes that could explain existing data on membrane proteins and lipid structures and their dynamics and help plan and predict future experimental by: A page that contains the current week's new book list.
New Books Since November 2nd, This list is updated every Thursday. Titles are arranged in call number order. To view Microstructure of mammalian spermatozoa / Arthur S. [S.l.: s.n., ] SE55 no The ovum is a spherical cell and not mobile (static), It is one of the largest cells in the human body, it is visible to the naked eye without the aid of a microscope or other magnification device, and it is approximately mm in diameter.
The ovum consists of the nucleus, the cytoplasm and the cellular membrane (that surrounds the cell from outside), The nucleus contains one-half of the. Genetic markers have been used to assess the freezability of semen.
With the advancement in molecular genetic techniques, it is possible to assess the relationships between sperm functions and gene polymorphisms. In this study, variant calling analysis of RNA-Seq datasets was used to identify single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in boar spermatozoa and to explore the associations between Author: Anna Mańkowska, Paweł Brym, Łukasz Paukszto, Jan P.
Jastrzębski, Leyland Fraser. Mammalian spermatozoa membranes contain large amounts of polyunsaturated fatty acids, making them consequently susceptible to lipid peroxidation. In addition, spermatogenesis is a continuous process of proliferation and differentiation, and the mitochondria of the germinal epithelium consumes a high amount of oxygen, accompanied by the Author: Qihui Luo, Yifan Li, Chao Huang, Dongjing Cheng, Wenjing Ma, Yu Xia, Wentao Liu, Zhengli Chen.
The text encompasses the basic science of reactive oxygen species (ROS) production by mammalian spermatozoa, the way in which these highly reactive molecules are processed by the germ line and the physiological significance of this redox activity in the generation of a functional gamete.
This book will appeal to all clinicians involved in. Microstructure of cervical mucus functioned as a filter and allowes only good quality spermatozoa to enter the upper tract (Jeuline et al., ).
Cheretein () indicates the selection of X or Y chromosome carrying spermatozoa is done by cervix. Abstract. Cilia have many functions in the animal kingdom, some of these being cleansing, feeding, excretion, locomotion and reproduction. They occur in all phyla of the animal kingdom with the possible exception of the class lecture will discuss the development of fluid mechanical models and theories that help with our understanding and interpretation of locomotion of protozoa Cited by: A mature human sperm cell has snake like has following parts - head, neck, middle piece and tail.
Head: It is spherical in shape consisting of large nucleus and a dome shaped acrosome present on the nucleus. Function: Nucleus contain genetic information and half number of chromosomes.
The acrosome releases a hyaluronidase enzyme which destroys the hyaluronic acid of the ovum and. Proc. SPIEQuantitative Phase Imaging II, (9 March ); doi: / morphology [mor″fol´o-je] 1. the science of the form and structure of organisms.
the form and structure of a particular organism, organ, tissue, or cell. adj., adj morpholog´ic. morphology (mōr-fol'ō-jē), Avoid the jargonistic use of this word as a synonym of form or appearance. The science concerned with the configuration or the.
The microstructure of tissues is studied by histology, that of cells by cytology, and that of the cell nucleus by karyology. –82) and the world of microscopic organisms, erythrocytes, and spermatozoa (the Dutch scientist A.
van Leeuwenhoek, and later). They also studied the structure and development of insects (Malpighi, The microstructure of the vaginal tissues was assessed in Image J (vp) by three researchers unaware of the tissue location (cranial vaginal fold or caudal vaginal wall tissue). The presence or absence of smooth and skeletal muscle bands were evaluated visually, using reference images in Geneser () and Hammersen () as by: This banner text can have markup.
web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The text encompasses the basic science of reactive oxygen species (ROS) production by mammalian spermatozoa, the way in which these highly reactive molecules are processed by the germ line and the physiological significance of this redox activity in the generation of a functional gamete.
The book reviews computer models and media, socio.The effect of sperm competition on sperm size is still not resolved (Snook, ). According to some theoretical models, vertebrate sperm size and number will be a trade‐off due to fixed reproductive reserves (Parker,).
Thus, if sperm competition increases sperm numbers, this has to be compensated for by producing smaller by: Anatomy (Greek anatomē, 'dissection') is the branch of biology concerned with the study of the structure of organisms and their parts.
Anatomy is a branch of natural science which deals with the structural organization of living things. It is an old science, having its beginnings in prehistoric times. Anatomy is inherently tied to developmental biology, embryology, comparative anatomy.