Talk:Foundations Lecture - Introduction to Human Development
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|The Developing Human: Clinically Oriented Embryology (10th edn)|
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2014 Lecture Rechunk
- Embryology Education Support - UNSW Embryology Online, Glossary Links, Textbooks
- Human Reproductive Cycle - Female. Male, Ovary, Ovulation, Trimesters
- First Trimester - Fertilization, Week 1, Week 2, Abnormal Implantation, Normal Implantation, Detect Pregnancy, Week 3, Gastrulation, Ectoderm, Endoderm, Mesoderm, Somitogenesis, Neuralation, Week 4, Week 4-8, Placenta
- Second and Third Trimester - Fetal
- Neonatal Development - Birth, Maternal Birth Stages, Newborn
- Abnormal Development, Critical Periods of Development, Diagnosis
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