Mass sperm motility is associated with fertility in sheep.

@article{David2015MassSM,
  title={Mass sperm motility is associated with fertility in sheep.},
  author={Ingrid David and Philippa L. Kohnke and Gilles Lagriffoul and O. Praud and Franck Plouarbou{\'e} and Pierre Degond and Xavier Druart},
  journal={Animal reproduction science},
  year={2015},
  volume={161},
  pages={
          75-81
        }
}
The study was to focus on the relationship between wave motion (mass sperm motility, measured by a mass sperm motility score, manually assessed by artificial insemination (AI) center operators) and fertility in male sheep. A dataset of 711,562 artificial inseminations performed in seven breeds by five French AI centers during the 2001-2005 time period was used for the analysis. Factors influencing the outcome of the insemination, which is a binary response observed at lambing of either success… CONTINUE READING
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