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semen in Biology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsemense‧men /ˈsiːmən/ noun [uncountable]  HBHHBAthe liquid containing sperm that is produced by the male sex organs in humans and animals
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semenThis may refer to the menstrual blood and semen consumed sacramentally by some Gnostic groups.Maxwell recounted the discovery of apparent semen stains on the body after it had been taken in for autopsy.According to Aristotle, the male semen provides the formative power that shapes the foetus, mentally and physically.Blood or semen samples can be matched.Hinduism agrees with Galen that semen is the essence of life.The reason the virus could be in the semen or vaginal fluids is that lymphocytes are present in those fluids.However, with semen import restrictions off and markets opened up, that has changed with a vengeance.