Motility

The property of movement of a cell under its own power.
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motility

[n] - ability to move spontaneously and independently
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Motility

A biological term which refers to the ability to move spontaneously and independently. It can apply to either single-celled or multicellular organisms.
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Motility

Mo·til'i·ty noun [ Confer French motilité .] (Physiol.) Capability of motion; contractility.
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motility

<biology> The ability to move spontaneously. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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motility

noun ability to move spontaneously and independently
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motility

(mo-til´ĭ-te) the ability or power to move spontaneously.
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Motility

• (n.) Capability of motion; contractility.
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motility

the ability to move spontaneously.
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Motility

Motility is a biological term which refers to the ability to move spontaneously and actively, consuming energy in the process. Most animals are motile but the term applies to single-celled and simple multicellular organisms, as well as to some mechanisms of fluid flow in multicellular organs, in addition to animal locomotion. Motile marine animals
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motility

  1. ability to move spontaneously and independently
  2. a change of position that does not entail a change of location

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Motility

The ability of sperm to move and progress forward through the reproductive tract and fertilize the egg. Poor motility can affect fertility.
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motility

Type: Term Pronunciation: mō-til′i-tē Definitions: 1. The power of spontaneous movement.
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MOTILITY

Ability to move.
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Motility

The percentages of all moving sperm in a semen sample.
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Motility

[Steve Kuhn album] Motility is an album by American jazz pianist and composer Steve Kuhn and his band Ecstasy recorded in 1977 and released on the ECM label. ==Reception== The Allmusic review by Ken Dryden awarded the album 3 stars stating "This is one of Steve Kuhn`s more unusual studio sessions, which was recorded for ECM in 1977. At time
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Motility

A parameter recorded during microscopic examination of semen in the standardized breeding soundness evaluation quantifying spermatozoa movement, expressed as the percentage demonstrating forward progressive motility.
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motility

Progressive movement of sperm. A sign of health sperm.
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