Development of a new embryo begins moments after fertilization. A highly complex process, it ensures the initial differentiation of cells required to give rise to more specialized tissues. These cells are divided into layers called the ectoderm, mesoderm, and endoderm, each respectively giving rise to the brain and spinal cord, the musculoskeletal system, and the gastrointestinal tract, among many others.
In this course, the student will be introduced to the stages of development from fertilization to the trilaminar embryo, as well as the derivatives of each embryonic layer.
For optimal comprehension, the student will be required to have preliminary knowledge of molecular and cellular biology and biochemistry, with an emphasis on cell division and gene expression.
I really like it because it help me to pronounce but for comprehension of other people who are not mother tongue they need lap tops and ample time to apply ecological education system.
Its a really good course, but I got lost finding what structure they were talking about, because there was no pointer.
Excellent!! Thank you! Well explained and easy to remember. Thanks for the questions
I am enjoying watching the words in Spanish and am re-learning with my limitedly available time! Plus, doing the questions afterward helps. Thank you to Dr. Ward, also, for his clear lectures!