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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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In cases where IUI therapy is advised as a first line of treatment, the consulting clinician can determine its feasibility by obtaining the sperm concentration and progressive motility values of the semen sample after a sperm preparation process.
The percentages of live spermatozoa with an average of 93%, if the results are satisfactory (percentage individual motility and live of spermatozoa > 70%) then performed in vitro fertilization.
Then, we analyzed the rate and duration of sperm motility according to the method employed for the fresh semen (MILIORINI et al.
Motile sperm were analyzed for sperm concentration and motility (9).
Total semen volume, viscosity, pH, appearance, sperm concentration, and motility were assayed after liquefactions with a SQA-V[TM] sperm quality analyzer (Austria, H18-990).
Similarly, increased mass motility is reported in Kundhi and Murrah buffalo breeding bulls (Kiani et al.
Ejaculates which have motility [greater than or equal to]70% and normal morphological [greater than or equal to]80 % and were processed for further experiments.
Progressive Spermatozoa motility index evaluation upon exposure to vaginal lubricants: Semen analysis, according to WHO-recommended methods, was performed immediately after liquefaction at room temperature.
Rising levels of ROS species like superoxide, hydroxyl and hydrogen peroxide significantly affect the semen quality parameters like motility, morphology as well as sperm functions and DNA (Hellstrom et al.
Motility is one important function of the male gametes (sperm), which allows them to actively reach and penetrate the female gametes (eggs).
There was a strong positive correlation of seminal free L-carnitine with sperm count, total motility and normal morphology (p<0.