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Residual testes size

Residual testes size

Figure 3.4 (A). Correlation between sperm midpiece volume (in pm3) and relative testes size in twenty-one primate genera (y = 2.55x + 7.52; P < .0001). 1. Gorilla; 2. Erythrocebus; 3. Callithrix; 4. Hylobates; 5. Pongo; 6. Theropithecus; 7. Saimiri; 8. Cebus; 9. Galago; 10. Homo; 11. Cercopithecus; 12. Lophocebus; 13. Mandrillus; 14. Pygathrix; 15. Lemur; 16. Eulemur; 17. Papio; 18. Nycticebus; 19. Microcebus; 20. Pan; 21. Macaca (B). Correlation between sperm midpiece volume and relative testes size in 123 species of mammals.

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Figure 3.4 (A). Correlation between sperm midpiece volume (in pm3) and relative testes size in twenty-one primate genera (y = 2.55x + 7.52; P < .0001). 1. Gorilla; 2. Erythrocebus; 3. Callithrix; 4. Hylobates; 5. Pongo; 6. Theropithecus; 7. Saimiri; 8. Cebus; 9. Galago; 10. Homo; 11. Cercopithecus; 12. Lophocebus; 13. Mandrillus; 14. Pygathrix; 15. Lemur; 16. Eulemur; 17. Papio; 18. Nycticebus; 19. Microcebus; 20. Pan; 21. Macaca (B). Correlation between sperm midpiece volume and relative testes size in 123 species of mammals.

Source: After Anderson and Dixson (2002); After Anderson, Nyholt, and Dixson (2005).

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