Results for: Amniotes

In Pregnancy

What is amniotic fluid?

The fluid that is in the womb that the baby "lives" in. This fluid contains DNA and can be drawn through amniocentesis to determine conditions/health/genetics, etc of the devl (MORE)
In Chickens and Roosters

What is amniote egg?

An amniote egg is an egg which has an amniotic sac in which the animal takes place. In the instance of evolution during the Paleozoic Era, the amniotic eggs were laid by the f (MORE)
In Pregnancy Health and Safety (Prenatal Care)

What is amniotic sac?

Your baby is formed out of fertilized ovum. During development of the embryo, a sac is formed around the fetus from the extra embryonic cells. This sac contains fluid in it. T (MORE)
In Genetics

What is the amniotic sac?

The Purpose of the amniotic sac is to hold the baby in the uterus(which holds the amniotic sac), until the process of labor. It contains a fluid. The umbiliical cord forms and (MORE)
In Pregnancy

What is a amniotic sac?

It is the tissue that envelopes a baby in the womb, and contains the Amniotic fluid. This is what is referred to as "water breaking" when the sac is ruptured prior to birth.
In Zoology or Animal Biology

Is a frog an amniote?

No. Amniotes lay their eggs on land, frogs lay their eggs in water
In Zoology or Animal Biology

What are amniotic eggs?

Eggs laid by mammals, birds and reptiles. They have a membrane that contains fluid. There is amniotic fluid around the embryo. It also has a protective shell that provides air (MORE)
In Zoology or Animal Biology

What is an amniotic egg?

Mammals (monotremes only), birds, and reptiles give birth to amniotic eggs, which contain a yolk to nourish the developing organism. Amniotic eggs protect the developing organ (MORE)
In Pregnancy Health and Safety (Prenatal Care)

What is amniotic fluid where is it and why is it there?

Amniotic fluid is a nourishing fluid found in the amniotic sac of the embryo. Its main function is nourishment of the embryo. Please refer to the related questions for deta (MORE)
In Paleontology

What is amniotic egg and what is the adaptive advantage of the amniotic egg?

An amniotic egg is externally coated by a partially-permeable shell (to allow for gas exchange whilst still retaining essential fluids like water) which is usually calcareous (MORE)
In Zoology or Animal Biology

What is amniotic egg?

Reptiles, mammals, and birds lay amniotic eggs, which contain a yolk to nourish the developing organism. Eggs are used to protect the organism as it develops, and the egg also (MORE)
In Genetics

Where do the amniotic membranes come from?

Human amniotic membranes come from the fetal membranes which consist of the inner amniotic membrane made of single layer of amnion cells.
In Zoology or Animal Biology

What animals lay amniotic eggs?

The Australian Bearded Dragon lay amniotic eggs. Their offspring are covered in amniotic gel for protection.
In Zoology or Animal Biology

Do crocodiles produce amniotic eggs?

Yes. Crocodiles lay their eggs on land, in a hole or mound, depending on the species. The embryo develops inside a yolk-filled amnion with a hard, white calcium shell that sof (MORE)
In Pregnancy Health and Safety (Prenatal Care)

What is the amniotic fluid in a pregnant woman?

Amniotic fluid is a nourishing fluid found in the amniotic sac of the embryo. Its main function is nourishment of the embryo. Please refer to the related links for detailed (MORE)
In Genetics

Where is the amniotic fluid?

Amniotic fluid is a nourishing fluid found in the amniotic sac of the embryo. Its main function is nourishment of the embryo. Please refer to the related links for detailed (MORE)
In Tyrannosaurus

Did the T-Rex have an amniotic egg?

T.Rex is an amniote (member of the clade Amniota ), just like every other reptile (or mammal), and being a dinosaur it almost certainly laid eggs as well, therefore T.Rex (MORE)
In Alligators and Crocodiles

What are amniotic membranes?

A thin membrane surrounding the fetus and containing serous fluid.
In Uncategorized

What does the Amniotic sac do?

The amniotic sac holds the fetus (undeveloped baby) and it also holds the amniotic fluid (the fluid helps vibrations from outside the womb, such as the mother falling down on (MORE)