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Baby Development

Produces Sex Cells Meiosis
Produces Body Cells Mitosis
The type of reproduction that requires two parents Sexual
The type of reproduction that requires only one parent or the one parent has both male and female parts Asexual
The Male Sex Cell Sperm
The Female Sex Cell Egg
When the cell and sperm cell combine,they form this single new cell Zygote
The structures within the cells that produce a plan or a blueprint for what type of organism will develop Chromosomes
The hereditary units that determine the specific characteristics of the organism like eye color, skin, hair , shape of face,features,and is the reason we resemble our parents. Genes
When a sperm and egg join Fertilization
A fertilized egg during the first two months of a pregnancy Embryo
A developing baby after the first two months of a pregnancy Fetus
The period between fertilization and birth Pregnancy
Where the eggs are produced Ovaries
Where the sperm are produced Testicles
Known as the womb the place where a fertilized egg can develop into a baby Uterus
The thin protective membrane that develops around the embryo Amniotic Sac
The passageway leading from the Uterus to outside the female's body Vagina
A cell that contains one complete set of chromosomes. Gametes are these types of cells that are produced by meiosis. This type of cell is said to have half the number of chromosomes as the parent cell Haploid
A cell that contains two sets of chromosomes . One set of chromosomes is donated from each parent Diploid
Human skin cells have _______ Chromosomes 46
All human skin cells have________ Chromosomes 23
The white tailed deer has a total of 70 chromosomes in its body cells. When those cells undergo mitosis how many chromosomes are in one of the daughter cells 70
If a sex cell has 8 chromosomes how many chromosomes will there be after fertilization 16
Brassica Rapa is the scientific name for our mustard plants that we grew this year. If these plants have 20 chromosomes in the body cells, what is the haploid number 10
Fertilization takes place at what week 1
Baby's brain and spinal cord (also known as the central nervous system) are starting to take shape. 5
May be able to find the baby's heartbeat on an ultrasound 6
End of the embryonic period and beginning the fetal period 9
Ears have moved to the side of the hear. Eyes are moving to the front of the face. 14
An ultrasound may be able to determine the sex of your baby if you want to know 20
If the baby were born this early, there would be a cjamce at survival with medical intervention 25-26
This is considered full term and the baby could be born most likely without any development problems or needing any medical attention 37
The expected number of weeks for a pregnancy to be fully complete 40
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