belly button or navel
The umbilical cord connects the fetus to the placenta of the mother and later becomes a scar called the navel, once it drops off.
the umbilical cord enters the fetus via the abdomen, at the point which (after separation) will become the umbilicus (or navel). Within the fetus, the umbilical vein continues towards the transverse fissure of the liver, where it splits into two.
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Yes...donkeys have an umbilical cord
Actually it's impossible... You can read more about the umbilical cord here: <a href="http://umbilical-cord-care.com">http://umbilical-cord-care.com</a>
The umbilical cord connects the navel of a fetus with the placenta. When the baby is born the umbilical cord is cut. The belly button is the location where the umbilical cord connected to the placenta.Umbilical cord is located at the umbilicus of the new born. The other end is attached to the placenta. Fetus gets the nourishment from the mother via umbilical cord.
The allantois forms the umbilical cord.
image of the umbilical cord of a donkey
The umbilical cord is clamped after the birth of the baby with a plastic self locking clamp, provided by the midwife or hospital/birthing center. This may be removed with a umbilical clamp remover, or left on until the cord drops away from the baby which takes 4 to 10 days approximately. Jude S
Cord blood is the blood that remains in the umbilical cord and placenta following birth. Cord blood is collected after the baby is born and the umbilical cord has been clamped and cut.
The two structures that are connected by the umbilical cord are the embryo and the placenta. The umbilical cord is also known as the navel string or birth cord.
Yes, when you miscarry, you will pass the umbilical cord.
its the umbilical cord its the umbilical cord
the placenta, it feeds the baby, through the umbilical cord.
the umbilical cord connects the baby to the placenta
Umbilical Cord Care Swab the umbilical cord (navel) each time you change your baby's diaper.
navel=depression in front of belly left by the remains of the umbilical cord-commonly known as your belly button. Naval=to do with ships/navy >> The Umbilical Region :)
The umbilical cord sends the nutrients that the mother eats to the offspring. The umbilical cord is how the calf grows in the placenta, without this the fetus will die.
There are 46 chromosomes in the umbilical cord.
The umbilical cord breaks.
The umbilical cord is what transfers all of the nutrients and protein that your baby needs from you.
Which two structures are connected by the umbilical cord
The umbilical cord comes out of the mother with the placenta.
The umbilical cord is never attached to the mother. The umbilical cord is attached to the placenta, which is inside of the mother's uterus. When the baby is delivered, the placenta comes out, and the umbilical cord attached to it comes out with it.