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Walter Cardona Maya
- Reproduction Group, University of Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia

Corresponding Author: Walter Cardona Maya, Reproduction Group, University of Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia
1. ______, is a unique sperm organelle that origin- cells also act as phagocytes, consuming the re- ates from the Golgi complex and contains en- sidual cytoplasm during spermatogenesis. zymes necessary for the sperm to penetrate 20. Has been referred to as changes that enable the sperm to undergo both the acrosome reaction 5. To make the assessments of semen quality 21. Is estimated by assessing the membrana integ- more objective and detailed, we used this instru- 22. Is any action, surgical, chemical, or otherwise, 8. The function of the ________ is to store and by which a male loses the functions of the tes- secrete a slightly alkaline fluid that usually consti- ticles or a female loses the functions of the ovar- tutes 20-30% of the volume of the semen. 9. Hemacytometer used in andrology laboratories, 23. The first event in sperm capacitation is the elevation of intracellular ________ and bicarbon- ate to activate adenylyl cyclase (AC) to produce 19. Has also been called the "nurse" cell, these J Reprod Infertil. 2011;12(4):299-300
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24. The increased of ____________ Is associated 10. Spermatozoa have defective dynein arms so with an increase in reactive oxygen species in their immotility causes male infertility, this syn- 25. It is usually the final outecome and natural 11. Sperm ______ can be used to produce sexed 12. ________ is a polyamine involved in cellular 1. The abrreviation of American Society of Andr- 14. This cells are found adjacent to the fumouse seminiferous japaniese scientis tubules in the tes- 3. Final stage of sperm capacitation that charac- 15. One of the Japaniese scientist in the field of terized by a type of sperm motility characterised by a high amplitude, asymmetrical beating pattern 16. The immotile spermatozoa are released into luminal fluid and during its’s transport from this 4. This process involves the direct injection of organ, they gain the ability to move and fertilize 6. Dysfunction _________, Is sexual dysfunction characterized by the inability to develop or main- 18. The _________ Sperm Hypothesis’ proposes tain an erection of the penis during sexual per- that the sperm in animal ejaculates are poly- morphic and adapted to a variety of roles. Thanking Walter Cardona Maya in advance for the dispatch of some cross-word puzzles related to reproduction and infertility to the Journal’s Editorial Office, we intend to gradually publish these puzzles in successive issues with solutions in each subsequent issue. Some prizes will also be given to those whose names are randomly drawn among people sending the correctly solved puzzles to the Journal’s e-mail: J Reprod Infertil, Vol 12, No 4, Oct/ Dec 2011


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