Data from: Effects of ovarian fluid on sperm traits and its implications for cryptic female choice in zebrafish

Poli F, Immler S, Gasparini C

Date Published: April 15, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.72d23g3

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Title Freshwater vs Ovarian fluid effect on sperm traits
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Description Effect of ovarian fluid compared to freshwater on different sperm traits measured every ten seconds for the first minute after sperm activation (sperm curvilinear velocity VCL, sperm linearity LIN, sperm beat-cross frequency BFC, sperm motility, proportion of motile sperm)
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Title Repeatability measurements of sperm motility traits in freshwater and ovarian fluid
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Description Repeatability measurements of sperm traits (sperm curvilinear velocity VCL, sperm linearity LIN, sperm beat-cross frequency BFC, sperm motility, proportion of motile sperm) in freshwater and ovarian fluid measured every ten seconds for the first minute after sperm activation.
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