Editorial: The harmfulness of excessive heat on sperm maturation in mammals

Authors

  • Maiko Roberto Tavares Dantas Laboratory on Animal Germplasm Conservation, Laboratory of Biometeorology and Environmental Biophysics, Federal University of the Semi-Arid, Mossoró - RN, Brazil

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31893/multiscience.2022014

Keywords:

scrotal thermoregulation, environmental influence, epididymal transit, spermatogenesis, sperm quality

Abstract

Not applicable.

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Harmful effects on spermatogenesis and sperm maturation of mammals due to prolonged exposure to heat

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2022-04-17

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Dantas, M. R. T. (2022). Editorial: The harmfulness of excessive heat on sperm maturation in mammals. Multidisciplinary Science Journal, 4, e2022014. https://doi.org/10.31893/multiscience.2022014

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