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 What does"fetus"mean in Latin?

Answer The word "fetus" means "offspring" in Latin. Today, the word is used in English to describe an unborn vertebrate. The translation is controversial because many organizations translate the Latin wor... Read More »
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What is a fetus called before it becomes a fetus?

What is the difference in a human fetus and a pig fetus?

One is genetically a pig, the other is genetically a human. It's all about them number of chromosomes....
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Why a 7 month old fetus has more chance to survive after premature delivery than an 8 months old fetus?

Answer well since i been doing research on fetuses, my girlfriend is pregnant i believe that a 7 month old fetus can survive preterm birth because of development, so does the 8 month old fetus, but... Read More »
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What does smoking do to the fetus?

A.) All the things about smoking that hurt you (the mother) hurt the baby. The babies heart and lungs will be affected greatly. If you are a heavy smoker and the baby actually survives birth (most... Read More »
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