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Here are a few simple Quiz questions that relate to Embryo to Fetus transition from the lecture and practical.
 
Here are a few simple Quiz questions that relate to Embryo to Fetus transition from the lecture and practical.
  
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{Which of the following answers describes the human embryonic period:
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- &nbsp; the period before replacement of cartilage within the humerus by bone marrow begins
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|| Correct! But not the only correct answer to appear here. In 1949 the embryologist George Streeter used the replacement of cartilage within the humerus by bone marrow as an arbitrary definition of the embryo to fetus transition. "If the onset can be recognized in a given specimen, that specimen is straightway classed as a fetus."
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- &nbsp; a discrete entity that has not yet reached 8 weeks of development since the first mitotic division
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|| Correct! But not the only correct answer to appear here. This is part of the biological definition from the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) discussion paper (2006).
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- &nbsp; the developmental period up to 8 post-ovulatory weeks
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|| Correct! But not the only correct answer to appear here. This is part of the biological definition from the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) discussion paper (2006).
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- &nbsp; the period when more than 90% of the more than 4,500 named structures of the adult body have appeared
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|| Correct! But not the only correct answer to appear here. This is a historical definition ([https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/400868 1979], [[Book - Developmental Stages In Human Embryos|1989]]) of the human embryonic period.
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+ &nbsp; all of the above are correct
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|| Correct! All of the above descriptions are correct descriptions of the human embryonic period.
  
 
{In human development, the first trimester is best described as:
 
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|| Incorrect! Clearly some of the options are not accurate descriptions of first trimester development. The correct answer is "the embryonic period and the beginning of the fetal period". The embryonic period finishes at 8 weeks ({{GA}} 10 weeks) and the beginning weeks of the fetal period, week 9-10 ({{GA}} 11-12 weeks).
 
|| Incorrect! Clearly some of the options are not accurate descriptions of first trimester development. The correct answer is "the embryonic period and the beginning of the fetal period". The embryonic period finishes at 8 weeks ({{GA}} 10 weeks) and the beginning weeks of the fetal period, week 9-10 ({{GA}} 11-12 weeks).
  
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{Which of the following limb development processes has not completed by the end of the first trimester:
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+ &nbsp; ossification of the limb long bones
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|| Correct! Ossification of the limb long bones has not yet completed. [[Musculoskeletal_System_-_Limb_Development#Limb_Bone|Limb Bone Development Timeline]] and [[Musculoskeletal_System_-_Bone_Development_Timeline#Historic_Limb_Data|Historic Limb Data]].
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- &nbsp; rotation of the upper limb
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|| Incorrect! The rotation of the upper limb occurred during [[BGDA_Practical_7_-_Week_8#Limbs|week 8]].
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- &nbsp; rotation of the lower limb
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|| Incorrect! The rotation of the lower limb occurred during [[BGDA_Practical_7_-_Week_8#Limbs|week 8]].
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- &nbsp; apoptosis between the digital rays
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|| Incorrect! The apoptosis between the digital rays occurred during [[BGDA_Practical_7_-_Week_7#Limb_Development|week 7]].
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- &nbsp; molecular patterning of the limb bud
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|| Incorrect! Molecular patterning of the limb bud occurred during week 4-5 [[Musculoskeletal_System_-_Limb_Development#Limb_Axis_Formation|Limb Axis Formation]].
 
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Embryo to Fetus Interactive Component

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Here are a few simple Quiz questions that relate to Embryo to Fetus transition from the lecture and practical.

1

Which of the following answers describes the human embryonic period:

  the period before replacement of cartilage within the humerus by bone marrow begins
  a discrete entity that has not yet reached 8 weeks of development since the first mitotic division
  the developmental period up to 8 post-ovulatory weeks
  the period when more than 90% of the more than 4,500 named structures of the adult body have appeared
  all of the above are correct

2

In human development, the first trimester is best described as:

  the period when organs begin to function
  the embryonic period and the beginning of the fetal period
  the least critical time of human development
  the beginning of fetal sensory function
  all of the above are correct

3

Which of the following limb development processes has not completed by the end of the first trimester:

  ossification of the limb long bones
  rotation of the upper limb
  rotation of the lower limb
  apoptosis between the digital rays
  molecular patterning of the limb bud



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Practical 12: Embryo to Fetus | Second Trimester | Third Trimester | Birth | Neonatal | Abnormalities


Additional Information: first trimester timeline | Embryonic Development | Week 9 | Week 10