Semeniferous

Related to Semeniferous: seminiferous, Seminiferous tubules

Sem`e`nif´er`ous

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a.1.(Biol.) Seminiferous.
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Semeniferous multiplication is no longer used in commercial crops, since it presents intense genetic segregation, forming very vigorous plants, providing heterogeneous plants of different sizes, slowing fruiting, and plants are not resistance to diseases and pests.
Group 5 testicle exhibited more primary spermatocytes but hardly any advanced spermatids in the semeniferous conducts, along with decreased spermatogenesis and an increase in cellular apoptosis and the number of fragmented nuclei.