Presentation Summary : DEVELOPMENT OF FOETUS ... Formation of morula and blastocyst - blastomere form compact ball called morula. The centre of morula is inner cell mass.
Source : http://www.peoplesgroup.in/student%20resources/nursing/DEVELOPMENT%20OF%20FETUS.ppt
Presentation Summary : A foetus at 12 weeks in the womb What changes do you notice in the feet? Slide 10 Slide 11 A foetus at 3-4 months What developments do you notice in the foot?
Source : http://lca.slss.ie/resources/c/1215/Baby's%20development%20in%20womb.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... which filters out some substances which could harm the foetus. ... Little foetal placenta formation Histiotrophic support Mouse placentation 3 ...
Source : http://www.abdn.ac.uk/sms/ugradteaching/DB3502/DB3502_1822009_9.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... gm of extra carbohydrate Fat content of food 30% NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS OF PREGNANCY AND LACTATION Calcium for bone formation of the foetus.
Source : http://www.poshan.nic.in/jspui/bitstream/DL/348/1/Management%20of%20nutrition%20problems%20in%20pregnancy%20and%20lactation.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... prevention of gamete formation e.g. the ... division and develops within the womb into a foetus over 40 weeks the foetus develops all its human features ...
Source : http://www.developmenteducation.ie/teachers-and-educators/transition-year/strand-2-Gender/Resources/1B4_human_reproduction.ppt
Presentation Summary : Pale or fibrotic areas indicate sites of placental detachment or lack of microcotyledon formation Nonpregnant horn is generally paler than the rest of the chorion.
Source : http://www.anslab.iastate.edu/Class/AnS417/Gestation%20and%20Foaling%20417.ppt
Presentation Summary : Formation of Pronuclei. ... Causes considerable stress and suffering to the foetus by changing the composition of the fluid. Amniocentesis and abortion.
Source : http://www.edwardjamesrichard.com/The%20Human%20Embryo.pptx
Presentation Summary : ... because they can lead to abnormal bone formation in the foetus, ... Pregnancy Most drugs will cross the placenta and some have an adverse effect on the foetus.
Source : http://effiwe.net/Resources/Pathology/Micro-Parasitology/LECTURE%20NOTES/Classification%20and%20mode%20of%20action%20of%20antimicrobial%20agents_1.ppt
Presentation Summary : Incompatibility is seen between Rh- woman and her foetus. ... The Rh antigen on their surface induces formation of anti-Rh antibodies.
Source : http://nimayoeselwangdi.wikispaces.com/file/view/1.Blood+group.ppt