Where can embryos be found?
they grow in the root
Basically, its the shape of the embryos of vertebrates. If the shape of the embryos are similar, that means they evolved from a common ancestor. More specifically, it's the pattern of nested hierarchies that is found when one compares the embryological development of species. Also, developmental atavisms, such as the branchial arches in human embryos, are important clues telling us about our ancestry.
I'm not 100% sure but I don't believe so
cryogenetics is the science with the help of which we preserve embryos especially from animals. these days scientists found a way to preserve fish embryos in -130 degrees, promicing 90% fertility concerning that generation-the preserved one!
What genes are found in the eukaryotic cells and control growth and differentiation in developing embryos?
Human Growth Hormone (HGH)
A totipotent stem cell found in embryos.
It is the chordata phylum that includes animals that have a notochord. The notochord, found in embryos, is a flexible rod-shaped body.
Embryos dont need to survive.
The study of the development of embryos is called embryology.
All animals start out as embryos.
From the mother's body, - they are inside it while they are embryos.
The early embryos of all animals have a very similar appearance. This is no different for chicken and pig embryos.
embryos develop inside a woman's uterus. --thoughtfulobserver
All chordates embryos have pharngeal slits.
what is the source of nourishment for developing fish embryos?
Embryology is the study of embryos, and an embryologist a perosn who studies them
which characteristic do all vertebrates have in common as embryos
Embryos are frozed in liquid nitrogen through a process called cryofreezing. Embryos are generally frozen to be stored for long periods of time or if they have to be trasported to a different location.
The study of embryos is called embryology.
The ethical issues of cloning and transplanting cattle embryos is that not always will the cloned embryos turn out perfect, sometime with deformities and such like. This is not always the case.
Embryos get nourishment and expel waste products. Embryos are protected for a longer period.
An embryos is made when the fertilised egg cell divides in form a ball of cell which is an embryo.
Two thing embryos need are nutrients and protection
All embryos must have a mechanism for absorbing oxygen
I am currently in a biology class and we have been discussing this. Do not be fooled by your biology textbook, because it most likely has the wrong information in it. You will probably see a picture of a human embryo compared to embryos of several other animals, and they will all look extremely similar. Your textbook answer to this question should be that they are very similar in the earliest stages and then diversify… Read More
Chickens have an actual shell. The shell along with the embryo is called an egg. Human embryos are inside a females' womb which is made of skin, not keratin like egg shells are.
When looking at embryos and all the stages they go through, you can see things develop that are not found on the newborn. In humans, we can see gills and even tails. The question, then is why. Looking at other animals as their embryos develop show similar patterns. The conclusion is that we have basically the same ancestors but we have branched off and are a separate species.
All vertebrate embryos look roughly the same, showing that they come from a common ancestor.
the 2 things that ALL growing embryos need are food and oxygen
What do scientists do to adult cells to make them behave like embryos?
There are no disadvantages, only advantages. Some might insist a disadvantage MIGHT be that embryonic stem cells must be harvested from embryos. While this is true, these are usually leftover embryos from fertilization treatments or unwanted, aborted embryos. No one harvests stem cells from wanted embryos, and the potential boon to our species is enormous.
Fruit Fly embryos and frog embryos differ from each other more than frog embryos and human embryos do What does this tell us about how the three species are related?
Fruit Flies and frog eggs are long-time,well characterized standbys in the lab environment,and specific manipulations allow researches to introduce genes from other organisms into these species
The embryo develops not in the womb Your species may vary. Mammalian embryos develop within the uterus of their mothers. Bird and reptile embryos develop inside eggs. Some oviparous embryos develop inside eggs inside their mothers. In some fish and seahorses, the eggs laid by the female, but carried by the males in a pouch and the embryos develop within him.
Stem cell research requires viable stem cells to proceed. Stem cells can be obtained from embryos without damaging the embryos, umbilical cord blood and even the bone marrow of living individuals. Therefore, the argument that stem cell research results in the death of embryos is false.
Notochord is a supporting structure found in lower chordates and in embryos of all higher chordates. It functions as a major axial supporting structure just as vertebral column does in our body.
What is the relationship between the number of embryos produced by a mating and their chances of survival?
The higher number of embryos produces, the lower their chances of survival.
I'm pretty sure its 'Mouse' :) Mice is usually for more then one mouse.
Generally you will be able to see a heartbeat, in some cases you will be able to see the embryos, but not very clearly.
Tiger shark embryos baby's fight each other in their mothers womb and the surviving one is borned!
Yes, if useful results come of the research and yes, if the stem cells procured from such research are capable of being used as cures and help for people who require them. Note, that embryos will have to be used anyway to ascertain whether the stem cells from them are useful or not. There are ethical issues surrounding the use of human embryos. Pro-life activists raise the issue of the 'value of human life', sometimes… Read More
The embryos of different animals look similar because all organisms share the same ancient ancestor
Chickens are not born they are hatched. Unhatched chickens are called Embryos. Embryos are fertilized egg at any stage of development prior to hatching
Some six letter words that can be made from the letters in 'embryos' are: somber, sombre, ombers, ombres, embryo.
A notochord. The notochord is a flexible, rod-shaped body found in embryos of all chordates. It is composed of cells derived from the mesoderm and defines the primitive axis of the embryo.
If scientists are using embryos for this stem cell research it is considered murder. Each human being starts out as an embryos but while we are in our mother's whomb we grow. WStem cell reserach kills embryos in order to use their cells, they are commiting murder.
i think is not right
It has been reported that most women develop about 400 eggs in their ovaries by the time of menstruation. These wouldn't be embryos until they have been fertilized.
Ernst Haeckel was an embryologist, or a scientist who studies embryos. He is most famous for an observation of embryos used to compare the development of embryos to the process of macro-evolution. Allegedly he compromised the integrity of the experiment by assuming some phases instead of drawing them from observation in order to save time.
The stages of development of the embryos of certain organisms are extremely similar, a fact that suggests the organisms had common ancestors.
Yes. I think so.