Yellow in the sperm

Semen is typically whitish-gray in color with a jelly-like texture. This can vary slightly depending on your genes, diet, and overall health. Read to find out what yellow, green, brown, and other colors may mean, when to seek treatment, and more. Your semen is made up of a variety of minerals, proteins, hormones, and enzymes that all contribute to the color and texture of your semen. The substances primarily responsible for this color are produced by your prostate gland.
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Semen - sometimes called male ejaculate - is is a combination of seminal fluid and sperm. It is ejaculated - or shot out - through the urethra, which travels through the penis, during an orgasm. According to the NHS, there is usually about 5ml of liquid, but there may be more, particularly if a man hasn't ejaculated for some time. In healthy men it should be clear to whitish grey. If it is a different colour for more than a couple of days, it should be checked out.
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Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. Comparative analyses have found that relative testis size is a strong predictor of the prevalence of sperm competition for many taxa, including mammals, yet underlying this pattern is the assumption that intraspecific variation in testis size is related to individual fitness. Because intraspecific variation in ejaculate investment underlies interspecific patterns, it is critical to understand the causes and consequences of intraspecific variation in ejaculate investment. We examined relationships between ejaculate investment testis size and sperm length and reproductive success, body size and condition in the yellow-pine chipmunk Tamias amoenus , a small ground squirrel in which sperm competition occurs.
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Intraspecific variation in the proportion of offspring sired by the second male to mate with a female P2 is an aspect of sperm competition that has received little attention. We examined variation in the sperm competition success of individual male dung flies, Scatophaga stercoraria. In unmanipulated matings, copula duration was dependent on male size with smaller males copulating for longer. A principal component analysis was used to generate uncorrelated scores based on a male's size and copula duration.
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