immotility


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im·mo·tile

 (ĭ-mōt′l, ĭ-mō′tīl′)
adj.
Not moving or lacking the ability to move.

im′mo·til′i·ty (-tĭl′ĭ-tē) n.
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Noun1.immotility - lacking an ability to move
immobility - the quality of not moving
motility - ability to move spontaneously and independently
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Reactive oxygen species, glutathione, and superoxide dismutase were evaluated in the four aliquots at 45 and 90 min, as were sperm DNA fragments, sperm mitochondrial potential, relative amplification of sperm mitochondrial DNA, sperm vitality, and progressive and immotility sperm.
Sperm parameters: There was a significant difference in the mean percentage of progressive, nonprogressive immotility, and viability between the two groups.
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2001 Feb 15; 72(1): 21-33) because of immotility or poor motility of their spermatozoa but that some men have motile spermatozoa and are fertile.