Purpose embryonic development: the student through this practice includes, is de veloping a human being from fertilization until

birth. (Part) and write the char acteristics observed in some fetuses of different living beings. Fetal calf "hoo ves, ears, eyelids, tail-legs-human umbilical cord six months Feto-feet-hands-ea rs-mouth-nose-eyes-human fetus sex characteristics of 3 months and half-fingerseyes - foot-sex human fetus defined seven months-hands-feet-ears Fetal 28-day rabbit-ears-mouth-nose-hair-cord-eyelids-nails-foot-whisker-tooth-c ola Fetal pig-ears 3 months-cola-horn-hoof-gum-column (bones), eyes (eyelids) Pregnancy: the evolution of each quarter's 40 weeks of pregnancy are divided int o three trimesters. The developing baby is called an embryo during the first eig ht weeks, then called a fetus. All major organs develop during the first quarter . Nausea and vomiting are common in pregnant women in especially during the morning. Your breasts increase in volume and become sensit ive, and your weight begins to increase. In the second trimester, the fetus alre ady has a recognizable human form, and growing fast. The mother's pregnancy is e vident, both externally and internally. Your heart rate and blood pressure incre ase to meet the needs of the fetus. In the third quarter of this mature bodies. Most premature infants born at the beginning of the third quarter survive, and t heir chances of survival increase each week remaining in the uterus. Pregnant wo men tend to feel heat and discomfort during this period, and his dream, very imp ortant at the time, may be altered. Karla Alejandra Medina boxes Purpose embryonic development: the student through this practice includes, is de veloping a human being from fertilization until birth. (Part) and write the char acteristics observed in some fetuses of different living beings. In the first ha lf of the second month of gestation, the human embryo is very similar to other m ammals, but at the end of this head acquires a disproportionate size is due most ly to the developing brain. The external genitalia also appear in the latter par t of this month. The extremities are most evident and the fetus reaches a length of 3 cm. approx. At the end of the third month appear in most of the bones ossi fication centers, there is the differentiation of fingers and toes, and external genitalia show a definite sexual differentiation. After the fourth month, the f etus is almost 15 cm. long and weighs about 113 g. Her sex is easily identified. His face is human, and usually appreciate their movements. During the fifth and sixth months is covered with hair called lanugo, and the body is developing str ongly in proportion to the head. The fetus reaches a length of about 30 cm. and weighs approximately 624 grams. During the seventh month, the skin has a reddish appearance and wrinkled and covered with a white substance called vernix protec ts, or vernix caseosa, which is a mixture of epithelial cells, lanugo and skin g land secretions. At this point, the fetus is about 40 cm. and has reached a weig ht of more than 1 kg. The pupillary membrane disappears from the eyes. The bodie s are so developed that the fetus can be viable outside the womb. A fetus born during this period of pregnancy is able to move his limbs with grea t energy and mourn with a weak voice. After this stage, during the eighth and ni nth month, the fetus loses its wrinkled as a result of subcutaneous fat depositi on and the fingers and toes are well developed claws. At the end of the tenth lu nar month, the pregnancy comes to an end. The fetus has lost much hair and is re ady to be born has reached a length of about 50 cm. and weighing approximately 3 kg. The vernix covers their entire body surface. When the infant is born before coming to term and its weight is less than 2.4 kg is considered preterm. Respir atory function in the fetus begins in the twelfth week of gestation and continue s throughout intrauterine life. However, the lungs do not work in a real sense,

because the fetus is enclosed in a sac filled with amniotic fluid clear at the b eginning of the embryonic period. The fetus gets oxygen and nutrients from the p lacenta, a vascular organ that joins it to the womb through the umbilical vein. Conversely,€the placenta is responsible for transporting carbon dioxide and was te products from the fetus to the mother. The permeability of the placenta incre ases with pregnancy. The metabolites, which are waste products of metabolism, ac cess to the fetal circulation from maternal blood by direct diffusion through me mbranes, and in some cases, selective transfer of particles. Abnormal situations in the environment in which the fetus is located are responsible for much of th e mortality in the fetal stage of life. In some cases the fetus survives, althou gh its development is abnormal. Although some anomalies are determined by specif ic genes, most are caused by unfavorable conditions that cause an inadequate mea ns for the developing fetus. The variety of human malformations is almost limitl ess, some are minor, such as clubfoot, cleft palate and cleft lip, while others are very serious and cause death. Carlos Alejandro Medina boxes N / L: 22 Stages of labor