Ch 2: Fetal development

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How do male, female, and other bodies develop in utero? Are men's and women's bodies really "opposite"?

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DNA in packages: the 23 pairs of human chromosomes; x and y in bottom right corner.

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A human Y chromosome (left) and X chromosome (right)

Genital development, color-coded to show homologous tissues Circumcision, Fertility, Female Bodies, Determination, Birth, Knowledge, Babies, Kids, Color

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Genital development, color-coded to show homologous tissues

Genital Variation: Most boys are born with genitals looking something like the diagram numbered Most girls are born with genitals looking something like the diagram numbered Sometimes children are born with genitals that look like the other pictures. Body Parts, Female Bodies, Creative Art, Boys, Girls, Baby Kids, Diagram, Babies, Children

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Genital Variation: Most boys are born with genitals looking something like the diagram numbered 1. Most girls are born with genitals looking something like the diagram numbered 6. Sometimes children are born with genitals that look like the other pictures.

Fetal development with homologous organs color-coded for comparison between male and female. Liver Anatomy, Anatomy Organs, Body Anatomy, Anatomy And Physiology, Human Anatomy Drawing, Female Reproductive System, Medical Illustration, Anatomy Reference, Utila

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Fetal development with homologous organs color-coded for comparison between male and female.

A Developmental Timetable for the Reproductive System Reproductive System, Physiology, Fertility, Determination, Female Bodies

HumanPhysiology2011 - 15. Reproductive Physiology

A Developmental Timetable for the Reproductive System

The regulation of embryonic sexual development. Reproductive System, Endocrine System, Med School, Anatomy And Physiology, Determination, Female Bodies, School Stuff, Babies, Kids

HumanPhysiology2011 - 15. Reproductive Physiology

The regulation of embryonic sexual development.

Boy or Girl Embryonic development of the reproductive apparatus fetus sex determination angle of the dangle external genital sex organs ultrasound gender scan 9 Weeks Pregnant Ultrasound, 9 Week Ultrasound, Ultrasound Gender, Nub Theory, Embryonic Development, Male Gender, Female Bodies, Boy Or Girl, Dier

Embryo Development external genital sex organs - angle of the dangle boy or girl ultrasound gender scan - Baby2see

Boy or Girl Embryonic development of the reproductive apparatus fetus sex determination angle of the dangle external genital sex organs ultrasound gender scan

embryo – So much I already knew, yet so much I didn't know. Learned a … embryo – I already knew many things, but I did not know them much yet. Learned some new facts today. 5 Weeks Pregnant Ultrasound, 20 Weeks Pregnant, Pregnancy Development, Baby Development Chart, Baby Growth In Womb, Week 5 Pregnancy, Early Pregnancy, Ultrasound Gender Prediction, Boy Or Girl Prediction

Embryo Development external genital sex organs - angle of the dangle boy or girl ultrasound gender scan - Baby2see

Boy or Girl Embryonic development of the reproductive apparatus fetus sex determination angle of the dangle external genital sex organs ultrasound gender scan

Genital tubercle and legs at 7 Weeks, 2 Days Female Bodies, Legs, Day, Image, Bridge

Lower Embryo at 7 Weeks, 2 Days

Genital tubercle and legs at 7 Weeks, 2 Days

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