When the baby is an embryo where does it get its nutrients?
The mother's blood brings nutrients to the placenta in the wall of the womb. The baby's blood system also connects to this through the umbilical cord. Nutrients leave the mother's blood vessels and diffuse across to the baby's.
From the mother, that is why they may need to eat more protein, to help the baby grow. :)
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The mammal embryo receives its nutrients from the mother through the placenta. The placenta allows nutrients to travel from the mother's system to the embryo's, and for waste …products to leave the embryo's system so they can be disposed of by the mothers.
From its parent plant.
Through the umbilical cord.
A mammalian embryo gets oxygen and nutrients from it mother by means of the umbilical cord which extends the embryonic blood supply into the placenta embedded in the mothers w…omb. The blood supply in the placenta is close to that of the mother and oxygen and nutrients diffuse across from the mother to the baby. With egg laying animals the nutrients are supply to the embryo as the yolk part of the egg and oxygen is supplied by diffusion through the permeable shell and shell membrane
In humans, the prefetal product of conception from implantation through the eighth week of development.
Yes, an embryo is definitely an unborn baby. An embryo is just as much as unborn baby as a three week-old is a born baby. There is no point in which an embryo goes from being …a non-baby, to being a baby. The one radical moment in the life of a human that takes it from being not a human to being a human is the moment of conception. Answer: No. Medically it's a embryo week 1-10, fetus week 10-38 and a baby first when born. W/e ppl feel has no relevance apart from how the woman carrying it does. if it's a baby to her from day one then to her it is but for the doctor it is not.
The yolk sac arises from the ovum to nourish the embryo.
Week 10 it's a fetus and not until week 38 it's called a baby. When born it's always a baby.
It receives them from its mother via the umbilical cord.
Embro get nutrients from mother body.
from periods of course
This may be wrong, but I believe that it comes with the embryo it'sself and provides nutrients.
The main nutrients that a chick needs to hatch, is the yolk. They do need some air, and some moisture. These things can pass through the egg shell. Egg shells have many small …holes that things like this can pass through. If the eggs are kepet at the right temperature, they will hatch.
In mammals through placenta and in reptiles and birds from yolk .
Babies don't become embryos, it's the other way around. A fertilised egg becomes a zygote, a zygote becomes an embryo, an embryo becomes a foetus, a foetus becomes a baby.
The embryo of a mammal is connected to the mother by the umbilical cord. The cord connects the embryo to the placenta, which transfers nutrients to the blood in the umbilical …cord.