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What is the first chamber of the heart to receive oxygenated blood

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Q: Organ through which an embryo receives nourishment and gets rid of wastes?
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Describe how the embryo receives oxygen and nutrients and how it gets rid of wastes?

its gets it all through the umbilical cord

Embryo excretes nitrogenous wastes into it?

Embryos excretes nitrogenous wastes into the placenta.

How does a fetus receives food and oxygen and gets rid of wastes?

Through the umbilical cord and placenta

What supplies food and oxygen for the developing embryo?

The developing embryo is nourished by the yolk sack until implantation. Upon implantation the placenta begins to develop, the placenta acts as the fetal lung , it transports oxygen to the fetus and carbon dioxide away from the fetus via the umbilical cord. The placenta also provides stored carbs for the developing fetus.

Link between mother and embryo that wastes passes?

i don't know! i guuse mida!

What would happen if fertilization does not occur?

After puberty, the ovaries release one egg each month alternatively. The sperms enter through the vagina, travel upwards to the oviduct where they encounter the egg. If the egg is fertilized, a zygote is formed. The zygote repeatedly divided to form the embryo. This embryo trickles down to the uterus. On the uterine wall, the embryo gets implanted. The embryo gets nutrition form a special disc shaped tissue towards the uterine wall called the placenta. It contains villi on the embryo's side and provides nourishment and oxygen from the mother's blood. Waste substances such as carbon dioxide and nitrogenous wastes are taken away from the embryo. After the 9 month gestation period, the child is delivered as a result of rhythmic contractions of the uterus.

Why is it bad luck to spill milk?

It is considered bad luck because it wastes nourishment for the whole family.

Where do wastes exit the squid?

The wastes exit the squid through the anus and then out the water jet.

Why blood is called the red river of blood?

because it supplies the body cells with the life giving materials they need for nourishment and repair;it eliminates wastes from the cells.

Do sea sponges poop?

Not in the traditional sense, no. Sea sponges do not have digestive systems. Instead, they rely on the flow of the water they inhabit to obtain nourishment and to rid them of wastes.