No. The embryo and the fetus are two separate stages in a baby's prenatal development.
forebrain midbrain hindbrain
Bone remodeling begins in embryonic development
Differentiation is important during embryonic development as that is the timeframe for specialization. Differentiation allows for neurons, blood cells, skin and muscle cells organize into tissues, then organs, and ultimately into systems.
During embryonic development cells specialize to form tissues. Mitotic cell division is very important during body growth. After this time muscle tissue becomes amniotic.
It occurs during the first month of embryonic development
The inheritance of an organism tells cells to differentiate during embryonic development.
It is fertilized and then poops.
Compare embryonic growth and fetal development in single and multiple pregnancies, including the incidence of complications and infant mortality.
Germinal Embryonic Fetal
during embryonic development