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Plemnik plemnikowi nierowny - fizjologia czy patologia?

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Differences in spermatozoon: Physiology or pathology?
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Mammal spermatozoa demonstrate a wide morphologic variety resulting from the different histories of their genetic development. Alongside a general sperm classification including a head and tail there are significant differences between shape and size of head and length of tail between particular species. Regarding species peculiarity, the differences in the sperm can be determined not only with the quantity of genetic material in testicles possessing a particular shape and different grade of flattening, but also with: size, grade of acrosom diversity and other morphometric features of the remaining gamete parts: the neck and midpiece. During sperm morphology estimation it is crucial to consider the breeding season of particular species, because the quality of semen in moderate and cool climate animals is strongly influenced by the length of the day. While studying semen characteristics for particular species of wild animals, on account of differences in processes of spermatogenesis determined by a variety of factors, in the majority of cases the useful spermiograms for domestic animals cannot be applied.
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  • Szkola Glowna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego, ul.Nowoursynowska 166, 02-776 Warszawa
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