Rotates as a corkscrew. Scientists found out a way of movement of a spermatozoon

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New data on a way of movement of spermatozoa were obtained by researchers from Bristol university and National Autonomny university Mexico, on July 31 about it reported the American scientific magazine Science Advances. The group of scientists from England and Mexico found out that during movement the tail of a spermatozoon rotates in one party, like a corkscrew. New opening managed to be recorded, thanks to a high-speed chamber which is capable to imprint 55 000 frames per second. - to a microscope researchers connected the piezoelectric device to the 3D, with help which, they forced a spermatozoon...

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