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Obesity in younger men may lead to lower sperm count, a new study reported in the journal Fertility and Sterility suggests.
Researchers genetically engineer glow-in-the-dark sperm in fruit flies, revealing much more about sexual selection.
What do a trout, sea anemone, rooster, fly and man have in common?
A womanâ€™s body could be instinctively selective about sperm, allowing some sperm to make it to the egg while killing off the chances of less suitable contenders.
Inbred male sperm have been found to fertilize fewer eggs when in competition with non-inbred males according to a new study by the University of East Anglia.
Since the beginning, plants and animals have deployed various mechanisms to fight pathogens.
Researchers at Yale School of Medicine have discovered a method to select sperm with the highest DNA integrity in a bid to improve male fertility.
Two independent groups of researchers have identified distinct roles for two proteins in a family of proteins known as PLA2s as crucial for sperm function and fertility in mice.
Previously unobservable events occurring between insemination and fertilization are the subject of a groundbreaking new article in Science magazine (March 18) by Mollie Manier, John Belote and Scott Pitnick, professors of biology in Syracuse University's College of Arts and Sciences.
Leafcutter ant queens can live for twenty years, fertilizing millions of eggs with sperm stored after a single day of sexual activity.
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