In order to properly complete male reproductive development: ...
How can a placenta turn hostile to the mother or fetus ? What are the abnormalities found during placental delivery ?
How does an embryo produce waste products even when its organ systems are not developed fully ? How does the placenta identify or differentiate waste materials from embryo ? Which organelle or ...
Does the size of the eye increase as we develop from the stage the complete eye first forms to infancy and then to adulthood ?
I saw on TV that not all sperm are the same. Some have mutations like 2 and 3 tails? There were other mutations as well. If one of these mutated sperm actually fertilized an egg, would the embryo ...
Twins could be monzygotic i.e. identical twins and dizygotic i.e. non-identical twins.Well, monozygotic twins occur when a single egg is fertilized to form a zygote which later divide into separate ...
Cytoplasmic determinants are spread unevenly in the egg, and so when embryo starts forming (cells start dividing), the determinants are also unequally divided between cell. This unequal distribution ...
My wife and I recently found out that we are going to have twins and so nearly everyone asks if we have a family history of twins. Now I know that the answer for me is that it doesn't matter—as ...