to serve as a organ for the growth of a fetus and to nouish the growing fetus and then give birth.
Yes, it affects not only the fetus, but the circlamlatory glands as well.
5.6 cm on healthy average. human fetus- FACT
Maybe around 2months and 2 weeks.
everything. It is the way the fetus gets all it needs from the mother and disposes of of practically all waste except heat. The fetus gets nutrients and oxygen from the placenta and the placenta filters the fetus' blood and takes out wastes
The possessive form of fetus is fetus' or fetus's
Fetal calf, fetus, fetus calf, or cow fetus.
its called an embryo before it becomes a fetus
A female fetus with an a y chromosome is what makes it develop differently from a male fetus.
Yes fetus has kidneys
ANYWAY here is the answer...THE FEMALE FETUS.
The female fetus has a Y chromosome while the fetus only has two x chromosome.
The same kingdom the animal the fetus will be when it's born, is the kingdom the fetus itself belongs to. A cat fetus is in the Felidae kingdom, for instance.
there are some factors that kills the fetus for example a fetus dies just because on the womb of the mother the umbilical cord coils on the fetus neck.
The uterus is where the fetus develops and the placenta connects the uterus to the fetus.
A fetus is a incomplete baby .... not sure !