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Christopher McBorrough 5/20/2010 Psyc 200 Ultimate guide The video is about the process from prenatal period to the delivery of the young born. From sexual intercourse the development of a new born is activated. The many sperm that are ejaculated from the father, travels through the fallopian tube, but only one sperm cell will interact within the egg. The sperm that penetrates the egg start the fertilization process. The fertilize egg now have all the genetic information it needs to create new life. The egg is given 23 chromosomes from the mother and 23 chromosomes from the father. The DNA code is within the 23 Chromosomes. The cell then divides when the chromosomes is pull apart, now the sex, look of the baby is determine. The cell becomes structure in a matter of days. In another week the brain starts to form. In the cell the embryos that develop does not have a distant look. It may look like mouse embryo or a pig embryo. By the end of the 4 th week the heart starts to develop. By 8 weeks the limpbon develops.
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