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Sperm swim up to 70 per cent quicker when they have a lazy tail


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Sperm swim up to 70 per cent quicker when they have a lazy tail

Health 10 July 2020 By Jason Arunn Murugesu Sperm with an inactive portion of their tail actually swim fasterSebastian Kaulitzki / AlamyA human sperm can move up to 70 per cent faster if it has a lazy tail, a finding that could pave the way for new fertility diagnostic tests. Sperm cells use their tails…

Sperm swim up to 70 per cent quicker when they have a lazy tail


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10 July 2020

By Jason Arunn Murugesu

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Sperm with an inactive portion of their tail basically swim a lot quicker

Sebastian Kaulitzki / Alamy

A human sperm can move up to 70 for each cent faster if it has a lazy tail, a locating that could pave the way for new fertility diagnostic tests.

Sperm cells use their tails to swim, although some do not use the whole tail – leaving a piece at the stop inactive. This part only constitutes about 3 to five for every cent of a ordinary sperm tail – which is generally involving 50 and 55 micrometres prolonged – and doesn’t actively bend like the relaxation of …

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