Methodologies for spermatic evaluation in teleost



Seminal quality evaluation is essential in aquaculture to increase reproductive efficiency in commercial species or for the introduction and population of those species that have been affected by anthropogenic damages. Sperm quality is related to volume, concentration, viability, motility and morphology. Without viable spermatozoa, there would not be any egg fertilization and embryos production, so it is of great importance to have and develop methodologies for its evaluation. Therefore, the aim of this review is to analyze and compare different methodologies that help seminal quality evaluation in teleost.