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The processes by which individual sperm cells navigate the length and complexity of the female reproductive tract and then reach and fertilize the oocyte is fascinating. Numerous complex processes potentially influence the transport of spermatozoa within the tract, resulting in a regulated supply of spermatozoa to the oocytes at the site of fertilization.(More)
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This working paper represents work in progress and is circulated for discussion and comment. Views and opinions expressed here are those of the authors, and do not represent official positions of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). The designations employed and the presentation of material in this information product do not(More)
The experimental new media group - Nomads &amp; Homesteaders explore biotechnology, artificial life systems and simulation through, the <i>Open Source Life</i> (OSL) project.OSL participants create artificially intelligent plants, designed to adapt to life in a changing environment. Once created, the virtual plant's survival is the responsibility of its(More)
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