What Does a Sperm Cell Look like?


A sperm cell has an oval head, an intact central or mid section and also an uncoiled, single tail. A sperm cell is not known to survive well for extended periods of time in semen, and in its nature it is only known to rapidly leave the semen and enter the cervical mucus.
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Sperm cells often look like white footballs with long swishy tails. Sperm cells viewed with the human eye, that have no magnification, look like a pale, creamy white jell floating in a milky clear solution. You can find more information here: http://www.nerve.com/CS/blogs/scanner/sperm%2001.jpg
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