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Between the late 1960s and the beginning of the 1980s, the wide recognition that simple dynamical laws could give rise to complex behaviors was sometimes hailed as a true scientific revolution impacting several disciplines, for which a striking label was coined— " chaos. " Mathematicians quickly pointed out that the purported revolution was relying on the(More)
The functional integrity of the sperm (SPTZ) membrane is believed to be an important factor in fertilization. This function was assessed by Jeyendran et al. (Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, 70: 219-228, 1984), who concluded that when SPTZ from normal fertile men are exposed to a hypo-osmotic solution with an ionic strength of 0.15 mol/l, 60% or more(More)
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