bicd 134 11.10.11

bicd 134 11.10.11 - cilia is the muscular contractions in...

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cilia is the muscular contractions in the fallopian tubes morula to blastocyst inner cell mass produces the actual baby blastocyst rests unattached in the uterus for another 2-3 3 days preventing it from implanting right away is the layer on the outside, zona pellucida, (glycoprotein,) the glycotptrotein needs to be broken down before implantation can occur the proteases break down the layers outer layer is getting digested as the structure is differeatianting into blastocysts cells of the trophoblast become mobile and invade the endometrial lining, this is followed by the entire blastocyst goes entirely into the endometrial lining the cell membrane fuse and have a multinucleate cell (called syncytiotrophoblast) prophoblast cells are going to go through the process of fusion endometrieum reacts to the invasion, deciduoma response, where the endometrieum a cup of tissue around the inasion only when this occurs when can implantation be said to be complete blastocyst sits on the uterus (start of implantation) enbroonic disk chorion is the outermost layer
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course BICD 134 taught by Professor Ghiara during the Fall '12 term at UCSD.

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bicd 134 11.10.11 - cilia is the muscular contractions in...

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