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How to perform a sperm count using a microscope?

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1. Create the test slide. Place one drop of sperm-sized spheres or test solution on a clean glass slide. 2. Carefully place a cover slip over the specimen. Lay one edge of the cover slip on the slide and drag it towards the specimen. When the slip
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