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Transcript
Fertilization and
Development
Objectives
• Describe the process of fertilization
• Identify where organisms receive their
genetic information from
Fertilization
• The process of a sperm (haploid; 1N)
joining an egg (haploid; 1N) is called
fertilization
• Usually occurs in a Fallopian tube
• The fertilized egg is called a zygote
– The zygote (diploid; 2N) receives half of its
genetic information from the father and half
of its genetic information from the mother
Early Development
• In the Fallopian tube, the
zygote begins mitosis
• After 4 days, the embryo
is a solid ball of about 64
cells called a morula
• Stages of Early
Development:
– Implantation
– Gastrulation
– Neurulation
Early Development
• Implantation is the process where the
blastocyst (morula transformed into a structure
with a hollow inner cavity) attaches itself to
the wall of the uterus
• The cells of the blastocyst then begin the
process of specialization, called differentiation
Early Development
• Gastrulation is the
process where the inner
cell mass of the blastocyst
sorts itself into three cell
layers
– Ectoderm
– Mesoderm
– Endoderm
• The 3 cell layers are
referred to as primary
germ layers because all
organs and tissues are
formed from them
Early Development
• Ectoderm develops into the skin and
nervous system
• Endoderm forms the lining of the
digestive system and many digestive
organs
• Mesoderm form many of the body’s
internal tissues and organs
Early Development
• Neurulation is the
development of the
nervous system
Early Development
• The placenta is an organ
that connects the
mother and the
developing embryo
• Nutrients and oxygen
diffuse into the
developing embryo and
carbon dioxide and
wastes diffuse out
• The mother’s blood and
the embryo’s blood
never mix, but pass by
each other
– Separated by the placenta
Later Development
• Months 4, 5, & 6
– Heart becomes large enough to be heard with
stethoscope
– Bones replaces cartilage to form skeleton
– Soft hair grows over fetus’ skin
• Months 7, 8, & 9
– Fetus doubles in mass
– Lungs and other organs undergo changes to
prepare for life outside the uterus
– Fetus can regulate its body temp.
– Central nervous system and lungs complete
development
Notes Review
• Describe the process of fertilization.
– Fertilization is the process where a sperm
joins an egg. It usually occurs in the
Fallopian tube. The fertilized egg is then
called a zygote.
• Identify where organisms receive their
genetic information from
– Organisms receive half of their genetic
information from their mother and half of
their genetic information from their father.