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Zygote

Asked by camado59 | Jun 21, 2007 | University Level > Chemistry > Homework
camado59
camado59 asks:

Describe how a zygote becomes an embryo?

etutor answers:
The simple answer is by cell division and differentiation into specialised cells, which form the organs. If you want more detail, you'd need to read a whole book!!!

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camado59
camado59
thanks
responded Jun 22, 2007 1:00:14 AM BST
rabab fatima
rabab fatima

the zygote which is in result of reproduction,it simply form in embryo by cell division nd soooooo many hormones r involved like 1st it attach with the wall of ureter and many hormones act upon it,well its soooooooo long to say

responded Mar 2, 2009 3:20:45 PM GMT
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