motile


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motile

1. capable of moving spontaneously and independently
2. Psychol a person whose mental imagery strongly reflects movement, esp his own

motile

[mōd·əl]
(biology)
Being capable of spontaneous movement.
(psychology)
An individual characterized by motor-type mental imagery which takes the form of inner feelings of action.
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2012) used the MSOME technology to assess the organelles of motile spermatozoa after slow freezing.
Processed, total motile sperm count correlates with pregnancy outcome after intrauterine insemination.
Vaginal pH is five, and microscopic evaluation of vaginal fluid reveals clue cells but no motile trichomonads or yeast pseudohyphae or buds.
The differences between color intensities of the concentration and motility spots with respect to the color intensity of the background spot quantify the live and motile sperm concentrations, respectively.
Sperm progressive motility is routinely used parameter of semen quality and is assessed by visual estimate of the progressively motile sperm.
Slit-lamp examination revealed motile larvae in the right palpebral and bulbar conjunctiva.
9%, respectively, provided the insemination motile concentration of sperm was >1 million.
However after consultation with the visiting embryologist, the male was encouraged to produce a sample via retrograde ejaculation with the hope of retrieving more motile spermatozoa this time around.
Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia (PCD) is a rare genetic disorder which results in defective motile cilia within the human airway.
The percentage of motile sperms at the top and the bottom layers after sexing, cooling and post thawing processes differed significantly (P < 0.
With meticulous precision and an impressive mobilization of Western analytic philosophy and classic anthropological theory, Holbraad develops an account of non-representational truth-as-a-verb through motile recombinations of truth-trajectories that create new entities through infinition: making, rather than defining, world and subject.