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Figure 2: Diagram of the electrophoretic behavior of rabbit epididymal sperm populations from the caput and cauda regions, respectively. Not only do cauda spermatozoa exhibit a superior electrophoretic mobility, but the great majority assumes a tail-to-anode orientation in about 1 min, whereas caput spermatozoa slowly adopt a head-to-anode orientation in about 4 minutes.

Figure 2: Diagram of the electrophoretic behavior of rabbit epididymal sperm populations from the caput and cauda regions, respectively. Not only do cauda spermatozoa exhibit a superior electrophoretic mobility, but the great majority assumes a tail-to-anode orientation in about 1 min, whereas caput spermatozoa slowly adopt a head-to-anode orientation in about 4 minutes.