Adjective(1) pertaining to or containing or consisting of semen(2) containing seeds of later development
(1) In that case, hypersensitivity to human seminal plasma was diagnosed.(2) This was one of the seminal developments of the century.(3) The seminal vesicles and prostate gland produce a whitish fluid called seminal fluid, which mixes with sperm to form semen when a male is sexually stimulated.(4) It continues to be our view that the unfolding dislocation in the derivatives marketplace, the linchpin for the money and credit bubble, is a similarly seminal development.(5) In Drosophila species, the male accessory gland secretes seminal fluids transferred to the female during copulation.(6) Irish music and song brought to America by generations of immigrants have played a seminal role in the development of America's folk and country music.(7) Though based on the West Coast she had a seminal influence on the New York experimental dance scene and during the early 1960s her works appeared in avant-garde festivals in Europe.(8) In 1870 he produced a seminal volume that would influence generations of garden-makers throughout the world.(9) The African Chiromantis builds arboreal foam nests, which may be, in part, made of seminal fluid.(10) The caput and caudal epididymal regions were separated, and washed with ice-cold physiological saline in order to remove seminal plasma.(11) In the uniform exodermis of seminal roots of Zea mays, intact plasmodesmata were found even in exodermal cells where the walls were suberized.(12) In addition, he says, the seminal fluid of the male coagulates to form a plug in the female that stays in place until pregnancy and likely prevents further mating.(13) Both albums are seminal in tracing the development of a movement that is maturing rapidly, but not losing sight of its roots.(14) It is present in serum, urine, and seminal fluid and is responsible for liquefying semen immediately following ejaculation.(15) Neither the insipid colouring nor the androgynous figures help to give the fresco presence, but it remains a seminal work in the development of Neoclassicism.(16) ├ö├ç├┐Gaz├ö├ç├û was a seminal influence on Koz, who admired and to some extent emulated the older man's daring and defiant individuality.
(1) seminal vesicle :: fesigl arloesol
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