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Embryogenesis is the process by which the embryo is formed and develops, until it develops into a fetus. It starts with the fertilization of the ovum (or egg) by sperm. The fertilized ovum is referred to as a zygote. The zygote undergoes rapid mitotic divisions with no significant growth (a process known as cleavage) and cellular differentiation, leading to development of an embryo.
Study reveals how amphioxus model analyze the genesis and vertebrates evolution

Study reveals how amphioxus model analyze the genesis and vertebrates evolution

Zbtb38 removal results in early embryonic death

Zbtb38 removal results in early embryonic death

Study explores that extra dosages of genes may lead to surplus X chromosomes

Study explores that extra dosages of genes may lead to surplus X chromosomes

New map tracks cellular trajectories across mouse embryogenensis

New map tracks cellular trajectories across mouse embryogenensis

Multi-omics approach help researchers study the disparity created by in vitro culture

Multi-omics approach help researchers study the disparity created by in vitro culture

Researchers gain better understanding of the fast signaling dynamics in stem cells

Researchers gain better understanding of the fast signaling dynamics in stem cells

Experts identify the master regulator of Nodal signaling in human embryonic stem cells

Experts identify the master regulator of Nodal signaling in human embryonic stem cells

Study unravels novel gene vital for establishing proper left-right asymmetry

Study unravels novel gene vital for establishing proper left-right asymmetry

Clemson-led research on unlocking the cotton genome bound for International Space Station

Clemson-led research on unlocking the cotton genome bound for International Space Station

Researchers identify overlapping genetic locations that shape face and the brain

Researchers identify overlapping genetic locations that shape face and the brain

Proprioceptive neurons perform sensory functions in all human body movements

Proprioceptive neurons perform sensory functions in all human body movements

Exploring the cradle of hematopoietic stem cells

Exploring the cradle of hematopoietic stem cells