Head. Rump. REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY IN AMERICAN BLACK BEARS Colleen Olfenbuttel 1 , and Dr. Michael Vaughan 2. Pre-natal detection and growth. Post-natal development.By dori
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Fetal Development. Patricia M. Dillon August 2002. 38-40 weeks. Mitosis Vs. Meiosis. O0genisis vs. Spermatogenisis.
Fetal Development. RC 290. The Placenta. Purple and pancake shaped 6 inch diameter, 1 inch thick 13-16 square meter surface area. Attaches to upper 1/3 of uterus Maternal side: Decidua Basalis Fetal side: Chorion (attaches to amniotic membrane). Placental Structure. Placental Functions.
Fetal Development. Month by Month. First Month. By the end of the first month, the embryo is about 1/10 of an inch long . The heart, which is no larger than a poppy seed , has begun beating. First Month. Two Months.
FETAL DEVELOPMENT. Peggy Pannell RN, MSN. Learning Goals. Normal Fetal Development From ovulation to birth Teratogen Definition and potential effects on development. Blastocyst Conception Ductus arteriosus Embryo Fertilization Fetus Foramen Ovale HCG Implantation. L/S ration
Fetal Development. Month By Month. Month by Month. Timeline of Prenatal Development. Day 1- Conception takes place > Period of the Zygote 7-14 Days- fertilized egg implants in mother’s uterus. Timeline of Prenatal Development. 18 Days- heart begins to beat
Fetal Development. Prenatal Growth from Conception to Birth. Outline of Topics. Conception •Sperm •Ovum Zygotic Period •Conception - 1st week Embryonic Period •2nd week - 2nd month Early Fetal Period •3rd - 6th month Later Fetal Period •7th - 9th month/birth. Conception Sperm Ovum
FETAL DEVELOPMENT. FROM CONCEPTION TO BIRTH Healthcare Science Technology 1 Mrs. Burgstiner,BSN. A. Fertilization : Sperm penetrates Egg. Oocyte is released from the ovary and begins down the fallopian tube. Sperm enters the female reproductive tract through the vagina during intercourse.
Fetal Development. Month by Month Revised 10/15/10 KBrown. First Month. By the end of the two weeks, the zygote is about the size of a pin head The heart, no larger than a poppy seed , has begun beating Zygote has implanted itself to the lining of the uterus and becomes an embryo.