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so that the chick can get oxygen while its developing
It is 'fed' by the yolks sac that's inside the egg with the developing chick. The nutrients of the yolk are absorbed by the chick as it grows.
The yolk is basically the food supply for a developing chick, and the white is the protective membrane and cushion to protect the chick. As the chick grows in the egg, the yolk gets used up, and the white thins out to make room for the chick. Note that all of that only happens if the egg is fertile.
A developing chick will nourish itself inside the egg cell by eating the yolk of the egg. It takes about 21 days for a chick to hatch from an egg.
A developing chick nourishes itself inside the eggshell through the egg yolk. This is the chicks source of food.
If the cells did not specialize than there would be no chick developing.
The developing chick feeds on the yolk sac, much like the baby of live bearing animals attaches to the placenta. The chick has enough nutrients when born to got 24 hours without beginning on chick starter.
Supply with oxygen= aerate
It is the supply of oxygen to the heart; the oxygen is carried by the blood. When there's insufficient blood supply, oxygen supply is low too, and angina results. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angina_pectoris
A developing baby gets its oxygen from the blood traveling through the umbilical cord.
When a bird's egg is fertilized, a chick is developing inside.
It provides food for the developing chick inside the egg.
you will see a dark spot at the bottom and veins
The word used to define "to supply oxygen to" is oxidate.
The chick grows from both the yellow yolk and albumen (white). The yolk of the egg is the growing medium that feeds the developing chick. The white/clear albumen is also used to hydrate and feed the growing chick.
It releases oxygen and increases earths oxygen supply
Oxygen candles can be used to supply oxygen in an emergency on the International Space Station.
You have to bring an oxygen supply with you.
The developing embryo is supplied with food and oxygen by the placenta. As the embryo develops into a fetus it then recieves food and oxygen from the umbilical cord.
Yes, CPR continues to supply oxygen to the brain.
the supply of oxygen is gen gen gen
You supply your muscles with oxygen by breathing and letting your heart pump blood to them.
A rocket has it's own supply of oxygen.