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Lab Week 2

Early zygote.jpg

Internal link: Cell Division Lecture

External link: SMH

Renamed internal link: Not Fertilization

Lab Week 3

1.What factor do the synctiotrophoblast cells secrete to support the ongoing pregnancy?

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)

2.What does the corpus luteum secrete to prevent continuation of the menstrual cycle?


Lab Week 4

1.What Carnegie stages occur during week 3 and week 4?

Stage 7 to Stage 13

2.What is the change in overall embryo size form the beginning of week 3 to the end of week 4?

2.6-4.6mm CRL (Stage 13, 3-5mm - Stage 7, 0.4mm)

3.Approximately when do the cranial (anterior) and caudal (posterior) neuropores close in the human embryo?

Cranial neuropore - Carnegie Stage 11, approx. 24 days (takes only a few hours to close)

Caudal nueropore - Carnegie Stage 12, approx. 26 days (takes about a day to close)

Lab Week 5

1. Name the vessels that drain into the sinus venosus?

Vitelline vein Umbillical vein Common cardinal vein

2. What is the fate of the vitelline artery and vitelline vein?

Vitelline arteries - contributes to adult GIT arteries. Vitelline veins - contributes to the adult portal system.

3. Name the 4 layers that constitute the placental barrier?

Syncitiotrophoblast Cytotrophoblast Villi connective tissue Fetal capillary endothelium

4. What stem cells are found in abundance, and may be harvested from the placenta for therapeutic uses?

Haematopoetic stem cells