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Chapter 4 Fish Sperm Maturation, Capacitation, and Motility Activation

  • Luz M. PérezEmail author
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Abstract

Motility activation mechanism in fish sperm has been studied only in a few species, and there are many hypotheses about the mechanism for spermatozoa activation that need further confirmation. This review summarizes the current knowledge on sperm acquisition of capability to move, happening in the sperm duct (sperm capacitation), and the ionic fluxes related to motility activation, as well as their relation with the sperm membrane potential changes.

Keywords

Teleost Ion fluxes Membrane potential 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Aquaculture and Biodiversity Research GroupInstitute for Animal Science and Technology, Universitat Politècnica de ValènciaValenciaSpain

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