How life begins: the science of life in the womb

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Times Books, Feb 6, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 290 pages
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ent of ultrasound technology and other imaging techniques, a window into the complex, sophisticated life of the fetus has been opened. This entertaining and informative guide takes readers on an amazing tour via the advancements of medical technology and interviews with leading researchers, month by month, as single cell develops into bright-eyed baby. 25 illustrations.

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I was assigned to read this book while in an undergrad genetics/developmental biology course, and I have to say, it really made an impression. The writing is engaging and enjoyable, and if you have an ... Read full review

Contents

BIRTH
3
SEX AND THE SINGLE CELL
16
WHOS WALKING WHOM?
46
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