Lipid is an important constituent of cell membrane. Membrane lipid composition of spermatozoa has been correlated to different function. Many researchers have related membrane lipid with survival success after cryopreservation or cold shock. Sperm maturation and acrosome reactions are natural phenomenon, but cryopreservation or cold shock is not. Therefore, sperm cells are not programmed for such change and undergo stress.
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Dynamics of the mammalian sperm plasma membrane in the process of fertilization
This is an open access article distributed under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License. Fertilization is a sequence of coordinated molecular events involving the merging of the sperm with the egg, the fusion of the pronuclei and the intermingling of the maternal and paternal chromosomes. The first form of human life is the zygote a diploid cell from which the new organism will result. During sexual intercourse, millions of sperm are deposited into the vagina.
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Role of Membrane Lipid Fatty Acids in Sperm Cryopreservation
Sperm cells are gametes sex cells that are produced in the testicular organ gonad of male human beings and animals. Like the female gamete oocyte , sperm cells carry a total of 23 chromosomes that are a result of a process known as meiosis. In both animals and human beings, among many other organisms, these cells are involved in the sexual mode of reproduction which involves the interaction of male and female gametes.
Sexual reproduction requires the fusion of sperm cell and oocyte during fertilization to produce the diploid zygote. In mammals complex changes in the plasma membrane of the sperm cell are involved in this process. Sperm cells have unusual membranes compared to those of somatic cells. After leaving the testes, sperm cells cease plasma membrane lipid and protein synthesis, and vesicle mediated transport.