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FERTILIZED EGG CELL
SEVERAL DAYS
EMBRYOS
SMALL INCISION
CONCEPTION
FORM
SEX CHROMOSOMES
DAUGHTER CELLS
BLOOD VESSELS
MOTHER
DEVELOPING FETUS
CELLS
UTERINE LINING
SPOROPHYTE
LINING
ENDOMETRIUM
EMBRYO
IMPLANTATION
IMPLANT
PREGNANCY
ECTOPIC PREGNANCY
FERTILIZATION
EGG
BLASTOCYST
UTERUS
FALLOPIAN TUBE
ZYGOTE
FERTILIZED EGG
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Definitions

  1. The fertilized egg is now a diploid zygote and grows by mitosis into a sporophyte (the typical "fern" plant). (Web site)
  2. The fertilized egg is then placed in the woman's uterus or fallopian tube.
  3. Since the fertilized egg is not harmed, this knowledge should remove the moral issue.

Fertilized Egg Cell

  1. Embryology refers to the development of the fertilized egg cell (zygote) and its differentiation into tissues and organs.

Several Days

  1. The second procedure is done several days later when the fertilized egg (zygote) is placed in her fallopian tube.

Embryos

  1. Further, anti-choicers claim that nothing is added to the fertilized egg except nutrition, but this is a misunderstanding of how embryos develop.

Small Incision

  1. A laparoscope is then used to place the resulting zygote (fertilized egg) into the woman's fallopian tube through a small incision in her abdomen. (Web site)

Conception

  1. The diploid product of the union of haploid gametes in conception; a fertilized egg. (Web site)

Form

  1. Sexual reproduction is the union of male and female gametes to form a fertilized egg, or zygote. (Web site)

Sex Chromosomes

  1. Turner syndrome is caused when a fertilized egg is missing one of the sex chromosomes. (Web site)

Daughter Cells

  1. In addition, the two daughter cells that remain after a fertilized egg undergoes its first division may separate and divide independently of each other.

Blood Vessels

  1. Fertilized egg attaches to blanket of blood vessels that supplies nutrients for the developing placenta.

Mother

  1. In every case, the mutant gene is received from the mother because none of the mitochondria in sperm survives in the fertilized egg. (Web site)

Developing Fetus

  1. This is the first dedicated, in-depth account of trophoblast: the tissue derived from the fertilized egg that nourishes and protects the developing fetus.

Cells

  1. And at the end of 3 days, the fertilized egg cell has become a berry-like structure made up of 16 cells.

Uterine Lining

  1. During this time, other hormones instruct the uterine lining to thicken in preparation for nourishing a fertilized egg.
  2. The ruptured follicle begins secreting the hormone progesterone, which also helps to prepare the uterine lining for a fertilized egg cell.

Sporophyte

  1. The fertilized egg cell is a zygote that develops into the diploid embryo of the sporophyte. (Web site)

Lining

  1. The follicle then releases estrogen, the hormone that prepares the lining of the uterus to receive a fertilized egg.
  2. Over the next 13 days, the growing follicle releases estrogen, a hormone that prepares the lining of the uterus to receive a fertilized egg cell.

Endometrium

  1. The inner lining of the uterus (endometrium) becomes thicker in preparation to receive the fertilized egg. (Web site)
  2. The uterus has an inner layer, the endometrium, in which a fertilized egg implants. (Web site)

Embryo

  1. Embryo: a fertilized egg from conception to the eighth embryonic week. (Web site)
  2. It is preceded by a zygote, the fertilized egg cell, and succeeded by an embryo.

Implantation

  1. EMBRYO TRANSFER - Placing an embryo (fertilized egg) into the uterus for implantation. (Web site)
  2. The most important function of progesterone is to prepare the uterine lining for implantation of a fertilized egg. (Web site)
  3. The absence of a fertilized egg causes the body to stop releasing the hormones that prepare the uterus for implantation.

Implant

  1. As a result, the sperm or fertilized egg cannot reach the uterus or implant there. (Web site)

Pregnancy

  1. A blood test can confirm a pregnancy about 6 days after the fertilized egg implants into the uterus (even before a missed menstrual period).

Ectopic Pregnancy

  1. If this fertilized egg begins to grow in the tube as if it were in the uterus, it is called an ectopic pregnancy. (Web site)

Fertilization

  1. After the point of " fertilization ", it is referred to as a zygote or fertilized egg. (Web site)
  2. A fertilized egg reaches the blastocyst stage usually 4 to 5 days after fertilization. (Web site)

Egg

  1. Identical twins will have the same DNA because the fertilized egg that split to give the 2 fetuses came from the same sperm and the same egg. (Web site)
  2. Recent observations of the fertilized egg in the womb have revealed that the egg literally implants itself into the uterine wall.

Blastocyst

  1. Blastocyst: The mass of cells that form after several days of cell division by the fertilized egg. (Web site)
  2. Between four to six days after conception, the fertilized egg will develop into a blastocyst and burrow into the uterine lining, attaching itself firmly.
  3. During this third week of pregnancy, the fertilized egg divides into hundreds of cells and is now called a blastocyst.

Uterus

  1. Progesterone prepares the lining of the uterus, for implantation of a fertilized egg, and helps maintain the pregnancy.
  2. A hysterosalpingogram also may find problems on the inside of the uterus that prevent a fertilized egg from attaching (implanting) to the uterine wall.
  3. The fertilized egg then moves down the tube and implants into the uterus, initiating a pregnancy. (Web site)

Fallopian Tube

  1. Occasionally the fertilized egg will implant outside of the uterus, such as in the cervix or fallopian tube, which is known as an ectopic pregnancy. (Web site)
  2. Ectopic pregnancy is a life-threatening condition in which a fertilized egg grows outside the uterus, usually in a fallopian tube. (Web site)
  3. If a fertilized egg becomes embedded outside the uterus, usually in the fallopian tube, an operation must be performed to remove the developing embryo. (Web site)

Zygote

  1. In mammals, the fertilized egg or zygote undergoes cleavage (cell division without cell growth) to form a hollow ball or blastocyst. (Web site)
  2. This joining of sperm and egg is called fertilization; the fertilized egg is now called a zygote.
  3. At this point, the fertilized egg, or zygote, becomes an embryo. (Web site)

Fertilized Egg

  1. The fertilized egg (zygote) grows by cell division as it moves toward the uterus, where it implants in the lining and grows into an embryo and then a fetus.
  2. During the following week, the fertilized egg grows into a microscopic ball of cells (blastocyst), which implants on the wall of your uterus. (Web site)
  3. If fertilization does occur, the IUD would prevent the fertilized egg from implanting in the lining of the uterus. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Nature > Life > Animals > Zygote
  2. Uterus
  3. Fallopian Tube
  4. Blastocyst
  5. Cooking > Foods > Eggs > Egg
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