This course follows how a single-celled organism called a zygote passes through several developmental stages and creates a series of germ cell layers that will be transformed to create every type of tissue within the human body.
After completion of this course, you will be able to outline how a single-celled zygote transitions into the morula, blastocyst, bilaminar embryo, and trilaminar embryo and how the three germ cell layers (ectoderm, mesoderm, and endoderm) subdivide and create distinctive tissues throughout the body. Furthermore, you will identify various clinical or pathologic conditions can arise during these processes.
This course is directed toward health science and medical students. Any student studying embryology as part of their education will find these videos helpful.
La sintesis de los temas a desarrollar estan muy bien elaboradoos , seria mas comprensible si las traducciones se pudiesen leer con mas facilidad
perfect and it was easy to follow . i like the way of questions
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This video, with the previous two videos are amazing. Taking embryology in med school was like greek or hebrew. Your teaching style is very helpful to dissect the processes into understandable segments. Our professor taught by day of development so there was lots of jumping around. I like the discussion of one layer from flat layer to cells to folding, to closure, etc. Very well done. Moose Henderson, PhD