Results for: Embryo

In Botany or Plant Biology

What is the function of an embryo?

A)the early stage of development of any organism plant animal or other B)The fertilized egg of a vertebrate animal following cleavage. C)In humans, the prefetal product (MORE)
In Child Health

How is the embryo nourished?

The embryo is nourished by the food and nutrients the mother takesin while pregnant. It is important that the mother follow a wellbalanced diet to protect the baby.
In Embryology

What is an embryo?

It is a unborn baby, after the first few cell divisions followingfertilization and before becoming a fetus. An embryo bears littleor no resemblance to a baby, but a fetus is c (MORE)
In Fertility and Conception

Where do embryos implant?

A Human Embryo will be implanted in a women's uterus. If the embryo implants into the fallopian tube, the pregnancy will not be successful. This is known as a "tubal pregnancy (MORE)
In Embryology

What developes from an embryo?

In plants embryo develops in new seedling and in animals it develops into feotus which later develops into baby
In Before Birth of Baby

When is a embryo human?

If by this you mean to ask when does an embryo created from the fertilisation of human egg with human sperm become human then the answer is from the moment of fertilisation. T (MORE)
In Genetics

Do embryos have DNA?

Yes. Sperm and eggs carry DNA - this combines to become the DNA of the zygote/embryo.
In Botany or Plant Biology

What is an embryo on seed?

An unborn or unhatched offspring in the process of development is referred to as embryo.
In Pregnancy

Where does the embryo embeds?

it inbeds into the lining of your uterus, and that is where the placenta forms and the baby then gets its nutrients and oxygen off the mothers bloody supply.
In Embryology

Who will get the embryo?

Mother will get the Embryo which is an unborn baby in uterus in the early stages of development (up to 8 weeks after fertilization).