Definition of Sperms

1. Noun. (plural of sperm) ¹



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Definition of Sperms

1. sperm [n] - See also: sperm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sperms

spermophile
spermophiles
spermophore
spermophores
spermophyta
spermophyte
spermophytes
spermophytic
spermoplasma
spermosphere
spermospheres
spermospore
spermospores
spermotoxin
spermous
sperms (current term)
spermule
spermules
speromagnetic
speronara
sperre
sperred
sperres
sperring
sperrylite
sperrylites
sperse
spersed
sperses
spersing

Literary usage of Sperms

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1. Educational Psychology by Edward L. Thorndike (1910)
"(4) If all ova have c and no sperms have c or if all sperms have c and no ova have c (5) If half of the ova have c and no sperms have c or ..."

2. Educational Psychology by Edward Lee Thorndike (1910)
"... (5) one with C simplex and one without C, (6) both without C. The results will be as follows: (I)I- sperms have c ova have c and all \ f the unions will ..."

3. The Physical Basis of Heredity by Thomas Hunt Morgan (1919)
"for, owing to the few sperms produced by each male their actual number can be counted. There are twice as many large as small spermatozoa, if, ..."

4. Science from an Easy Chair by Edwin Ray Lankester (1911)
"The sperms movements of which cause it to swim a ripe oyster, as (F*S- 33*0- The parent oyster is now seen swimming in a said to be " white-sick. ..."

5. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"B, division of the cell shown in A. C, the two cells resulting from the division: these cells are very young sperms. D, the two sperms, a little older, ..."

6. Unfinished Man: A Scientific Analysis of the Psychopath Or Human Degenerate by Albert Wilson (1910)
"Instead of forming male sperms, they now form both ova and spermatozoa. These experiments support the view that the male is a poten- Males tial ..."

7. The Essentials of Botany by Charles Edwin Bessey (1896)
"240-1) that in the Gymno- sperms the flower consists of a stem upon which are the leaves which bear reproductive cells. The flower of the Angiosperms is ..."

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