Australasian Science: Australia's authority on science since 1938

What Speed Sperm Should a Sea Squirt Squirt?

Sea Squirt

Sea squirts reproduce by broadcast spawning, where eggs and sperm are released into the ocean and the sperm have to swim around to find an egg to fertilise.

By Angela Crean

Sea squirt sperm is revealing how a male’s environment affects his sperm’s quality, with implications for the health of offspring that could also improve the success of human IVF procedures.

To view this article subscribe or purchase a yearly pass here.