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Questions in blue are from a former TA; all the other questions (or variations of them) have been on actual exams and would be considered appropriate for your midterm. A human blastocyst includes the inner cell mass and one of the following structures: a. Blastomeres b. organ buds c. morula d. trophectoderm e. fetus Gastrulation is one of the most important development events of human embryogenesis. Which is the result of gastrulation? a. formation of a blastocyst b. fingers appear c. an embryo with a distinct head d. formation of a primitive heart e. three germ layers appear Human embryonic stem cells… a. can be found in a human embryo b. are indistinguishable from human embryonal carcinoma cells c. are totipotent d. are derived from the inner cell mass of a human blastocyst e. b and d 1. (3 pts) Which of the following is correct about early development? A. The stage in human development that proceeds from the 8 th through the 38 th week is called a fetus. B. The morula forms in the fallopian tubes. C. The term morula refers to the period from fertilization of the egg until the blastocyst begins to form. D. The blastocyst floats in the uterus prior to implantation. E. B and D are correct.
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2010 for the course MCD BIO 269151201 taught by Professor Christianmyer during the Spring '09 term at UCLA.

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