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an unborn or unhatched vertebrate in the later stages of development showing the main recognizable features of the mature animal

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According to the latest study, however, many fetuses of minority mothers may be developing normally but, because of hereditary and environmental factors, they are smaller than their white counterparts.
A for exteriorization by deep ether/chloroform anesthesia and collection of fetuses.
SIDON, Lebanon: The owners of Shab Hospital in Sidon claimed false media reports over the weekend concerning the discovery of dead fetuses in the facility had tarnished their reputation.
We adults can know that we were once fetuses, but no early fetus can know that it will become a human person, nor can anyone else know this.
The accuracy of diagnosis was 100 % with dead fetuses (48 out of 48) while was 91.
While we observed a higher degree of left-handed behaviour in the fetuses of stressed mothers than had been expected, we are not saying that maternal stress leads to a child becoming left-handed after birth, as there could be a number of reasons for this.
Vom Sl added that their latest study shows that BPA causes damage to developing systems of monkey fetuses, and this is of great concern for human fetuses.
Police investigators are now conducting an investigation to determine who are responsible for leaving the two fetuses.
But researchers that have reviewed the literature say that fetuses younger than 24 weeks old simply do not have the brain wiring setup required to feel pain.
The researchers also discovered that there is no big difference between yawning features of male and female fetuses.
As early as 1933, visitors to the World's Fair in Chicago could view two exhibits presenting human fetuses preserved in formaldehyde.
SAO PAULO, BRAZIL Supreme Court justices in Brazil voted to legalize the abortion of fetuses without brains or those with malformed brains, despite an effort of thousands of praying Brazilians outside of the court, urging the justices to vote differently.
Rajendra Kale, reported recently that a disproportionate number of female fetuses are being terminated after a couple gets ultrasound information about their fetus's gender.
In the United States the ratio of fetuses under risk of anemia due to RI has a ratio of 35 per 100.
However, if the researchers removed T cells only from the mother before carrying out the transplant, nearly 100 percent of the injected fetuses engrafted, or accepted the transplanted cells, indicating that maternal T cells play the critical role in triggering transplant rejection.