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1. How do the different stages in the human life cycle relate to cell production? 2. How can a young man improve fertility through nutrition and lifestyle changes? 3. How long does it take to produce new sperm?  4. What is the most important thing a young woman can do, to prior to conception,  to reduce the risk of complications that can occur during pregnancy? 5. When does the ball of cells (blastocyst) implant in the uterus lining? 6. Where do the tissues that form the placenta come from? 7. How do nutrients from the mother reach the embryo? 8. How is metabolic waste produced by the embryo disposed of? 9. Do fetal blood and blood from the mother mix? 10.  When do the nervous system, lungs and heart begin to develop? 11. What type of defects (physical, physiological or functional) may be observed in  newborns if mom takes substances which negatively impact fetal development 
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This note was uploaded on 06/24/2008 for the course FSHN 130 taught by Professor Wood during the Spring '08 term at Washington State University .

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