STUDIES ON THE MECHANISM OF NIDATION

in Reproduction

Summary.

One-fifth of rat blastocysts contain morphologically identifiable sperm heads or tails. In the electron microscope, the sperm remnants are seen to interpenetrate the cells as well as to lie free in the perivitelline space. On the background of these morphological findings, the possible role of sperm derivatives in nidation is discussed.

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