Yes this is true. According to Medical Science, only the best blood tissue is used to produce sperm cells which originate from the isles of Langerhans of the testis. It isn't the glands which directly produce sperm, rather they provide the molecules such as Androstenedione, and compounds belonging to cholesterols. therefore it is quite often misunderstood that blood has no sort of relation to testical glands, but research disproves that statement. Most choleterol and Androstenedione require huge amounts of minerals and nutrients to produce and blood cells are often no exception.There have been many electrical tests done on these isles where it has been concluded that much energy is lost during the sperm's dispersal. And it's also horrifying to know that it takes 100 days to make one sperm cell. The typical criticism against your statement would be that sperm is produced continuously, however that is not the case, since much energy (electromagnetic energy) of the body is used to make it, and is lost considerably when sperm are dispersed, i.e. when they are ejaculated out of the body. So if it took 3 days to make your sperm, after loss of energy it will take 6 days or more to make the same amount - And you would have to eat a lot more! And according to researchers, its not the quantity that matters; it's the quality. And quality can only be maintained if masturbation and sex are less frequent. And research also implies that celibates often are more joyful than people who have sex regularly and they have higher testosterone levels. This theory has been linked to testosterone being a vital ingredient in male strength, vitality, health, and intellect. Now more research is also underway to confirm the opinion that higher testosterone levels are linked to higher levels of happiness.
generally, 1 drop of water = 0.05 ml. As density of water is 1g/cm3. This 1 drop = 0.05 mg. OR 1 mg = 20 drops. therefore 200 mg = 200*20 = 4000 drops (approximately).
The drop has been standardized in the metric system to equal exactly 0.05 milliliters. So 20 ml = 400 drops in 60 minutes = 62/3 drops per minute = 9 seconds between drops.
1 drop = 1 gram
It really depends how you define a drop, as it is pretty ambiguous. If we use a pretty accepted conversion of 1 drop = 0.05 mL, then: 1 L = 1000 mL 1000 mL x (1 drop / .05 mL) = 20,000 drops
It depends on the volume of the drop, temperature, pressure, and purity of the water. Are you looking for volume or mass?
No. semen is white or clear and does not contain any blood. Blood is red, and you would be able to see it in semen if it was there! If there is someone who is ejaculating blood, they need to see a doctor immediately. Its impossible for 1 drop of semen to contain 10 drops of anything. Blood in the semen or urine isn't that serious a problem as it can mean a tear in the male urethra. This is self healing and poses no threat, although in large quantities, seek medical advice.
No, one drop of blood is equivalent to 0.05 ml, then one milliliter of blood contains about 20 drops.
No it is not, a drop of blood is smaller than a drop of water but if you drop two drops of blood then that equals the right amount of water :)
Depends on whether it's a metric drop, a medical drop, an imperial drop or a U.S. drop. If it's a U.S. drop, then 60 drops = 1 teaspoon.
Yea, wasting semen's causes harm to human body. Because one drop of semen's is produced from 40 drops of blood. Therefore if any male do not waste semen's by way of lesser sexual activities, it will be reflected in his body outlook and overall health.
5 pipette drops is equal to one milliliter... drops of water vary o-o
it drops off co2 (carbon dioxide)
In pharmacy, 1 milliliter is equal to 15 drops. The abbreviation for "drop" is "gtt".
Yes. Sharks are known to sense a drop of blood in a million drops of water.
Depends on the size of the drop. There is no definite answer for this question because blood drops come in different sizes. It also depends on the animal and the blood type.
If the drop is considered equal to 0,05 mL the answer is 0,35 mL.
I/you/we/they drop. He/she/it drops.